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14 Comments

  1. Kenny
    May 20, 06:55 Reply

    I’m not understanding.. 😕

  2. Colossus
    May 20, 07:23 Reply

    Amunike means Dick and Arse, it literally means that.
    Maybe now you get the humour.

  3. Sense8
    May 20, 08:06 Reply

    I actually thought it translated to dick in arse.

    • Pink Panther
      May 20, 09:17 Reply

      It reads as both ‘dick and ass’ and ‘dick in ass’.

      • ambivalentone
        May 20, 10:20 Reply

        It does??? I am now very inclined to believe Igbos av been tolerant (or at least aware) of homosexuality at one time in their history

  4. Delle
    May 20, 09:04 Reply

    Aww I just feel pity for the non-igbos.

    As an Igbo boy however…😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  5. Francis
    May 20, 11:04 Reply

    The dick in ass definition makes more sense with this tweet 😂😂😂😂😂

  6. Gad
    May 20, 12:37 Reply

    While I support the enjoyment of the joke, I still feel that things should be put in there proper perspectives. “Amunike” literally means dick in the ass but the name Amunike is a shortened form of the sentence “Amuru nike” which means ” given birth to by force”. Like other African names, Igbo names are given, bearing in mind, the circumstances at the time of birth.

    • Delle
      May 20, 16:08 Reply

      Too much information. *eye roll*

  7. Ringlana
    May 20, 12:55 Reply

    I can’t stop padding
    in jenifas voice.😁😁

  8. Delle
    May 20, 14:38 Reply

    😂😂😂😂😂😂
    Dazzall!

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