So obviously, the Yoruba demon @silvernonferous was trying to rekindle an old flame with his ex-girlfriend @Mide_C, however, she didn’t fail to tell him where to shove his care to. Here’s the exchange below;
@silvernonferous first tweeted;
All I wanted to say was a proper goodbye but you denied me of that. Either way, goodbye babe. Cares.
Replying him, @Mide_C tweeted;
We already parted since 2014, when you existed for no reason, saying goodbye now is like trying to make fire out of old flames,take your care to the orphanage bruh! I found Love Well, Goodbye
He then tweeted;
That’s great. Just be a good girl that you’ve always been. Wish to see ur face
A grown woman now!…
Well, he ended the tweet by replying;
You can’t be too sure. She dey para. PARAmeter.
The words Yoruba Demon on the other hand, started like a joke on social media circa 2015 and has now become a tribal slur or insult.
A Yoruba demon is a young man of Yoruba origin, handsome and has a way with women. He is a seducer who lures women into his bedroom. He is said to be a playboy whose sole mission is to break the hearts of innocent women. He has a silver tongue, many girlfriends, and an overactive sex life.
Pulse reported that in Nigerian pop culture, the narrative has switched. Somehow along the way, infidelity is now synonymous to Yoruba men. Cheating is exclusive to men from the Yoruba tribe. It all started as bants online but now it a full-blown diss.
The media has jumped on the craze with sites posting articles on how to be a Yoruba demon and TV stations having a Yoruba Demons playlist.