Enisa: American Singer Eats Nigerian Fufu, Fans Call Her Out For Tearing It Like Agege Bread
- American Singer and Songwriter, Enisa has officially tried Nigerian Fufu and Egusi soup for the first time and she shared her reviews
- In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on her official Twitter page, she showed fans in excitement her pack of Fufu and Egusi soup she had ordered
- Fans who saw the video have criticised her for how she handled the Fufu and how she tore portions of it with her fingers
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American Singer and Songwriter, Enisa Nikaj popularly known as Enisa has officially tried Nigerian Fufu and Egusi soup for the first time after some Nigerian fans recommended it to her.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on her official Twitter page, @IAmEnisa, she showed fans her pack of Fufu and Egusi soup in excitement. The pack was divided into two parts with the Fufu being on one side and the Egusi soup on the other side.
She captioned the post,
Trying Fufu & Egusi Soup for the first time!!
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Wearing a green long-sleeved bodycon dress, and her hair let down, Enisa was ready to conquer the food before her. She took turns in chewing the food. However, she was told to swallow it but since she is a chewer, that was a challenge for her.
Nigerian Digital Marketer, @SMiTHiE___ congratulated her saying·
@IAmENISA Nice one Enibaby
Reading through the comments and finding out how poorly her Fufu eating skills were, Enisa responded saying:
Smithie, they saying I’m not man handling the fufu enough. Is this true?
@SMiTHiE___ then showed her how to eat the meal like a typical Nigerian.
They are right. You were tearing it like hot agege bread. You’re supposed to dip the trinity of your thumb, index and middle finger into to the fufu before getting the required size. Nice try tho. 4/10✅
Fans React To Enisa's Fufu Eating Skills
Enisa's Fufu cutting skills has stirred mixed reactions from Nigerians, with most of them coaching her and offering her video tutorials on how to cut it with her fingers.
One person, @rhonnie_kr said:
@IAmENISA This is the way to hold fufu Enisa o No dey cut am like bread biko ❤️Btw Egusi 1 : Other soups 0
You finally did ☺️Hope you enjoyed it?
But why are you chewing the FUFU? It’s for swallowing pls
Try afang forget egusi
Omo @IAmENISA love fufu and egusi oo see as she dey happy dey chop am. She wan even lick finger sef
You don't chew it. You swallow it. Beat it with your mouth not your teeth then swallow it. Unless it is badly made
You don’t know this makes me happy. We need to spread this gospel of Fufu! Fufu is the king of swallow! I’m so emotional right now I’m proud of you @IAmENISA
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No, Eat it the way you like, I don't swallow them, I find it hard to do that and by the way chewing help your food digest easily, Unlike just ingesting it somehow
Eniola, I am proud of u. Enjoy.
But why are you cutting the fufu like bread
Her name should be eniola tbh
Some Nigerians will be forming trash when foreigners are embracing your culture. Kudos to you @IAmENISA
It's meant to be swallowed dear
Singer Enisa Whines Hard as She Learns African Dance in Video
Singer Enisa Nikaj, known professionally as Enisa, has excited fans with a lovely video learning different African dances with her coach, Nneka Irobunda.
In a post, the American singer, songwriter, and model is seen following the dance moves of her Nigerian-born New York-raised coach. The duo jammed to rapper Burna Boy's hit song On The Low.
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Captioning the video, Enisa said:
''Here's a video of me learning different African dances, in case you wanted a good laugh today.''
The video in which the famous 'Burn This Bridge' and 'Love Cycle' singer twerks and whines her waist to the popular banger of the Nigerian Grammy-award winner garnered tons of reactions.