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Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:27am On Nov 21, 2011
Just observing the acculturation of Igbos.

Could this be because of their close mixture with Yoruba people?


This picture is of Igbo couples, yet the man dons the Yoruba cultural attire.




This is also a picture of Igbo Ofala ceremony, yet one can clearly see the traditional Yoruba agbadas/ lace.
PS: The colorful caribbean festival feather hat is not from Yoruba culture.








for those who do not know, this is a typical Igbo traditional attire. Red hat and the dress-like red (usually black with picture animation) attire.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 6:41am On Nov 21, 2011
Since when did those attire become a Yoruba exclusively dress style?  Did Yoruba invent it?  The hat, the beads, the wrapper, lace are all Yoruba? Okay ooh. Yoruba invented the sun shining on them, the sand they are standing on, and even the bird used to make the hats. grin grin grin grin grin grin

Ileke, did you smoke too much Igbo today?  Is that why you are so obsessed with Igbo or do you just envy Igbo too much?  Which one na?

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Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:43am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

Since when did those attire become a Yoruba exclusively dress style? [size=18pt] Did Yoruba invent it?  [/size]

Obviously yes. A Yoruba traditional attire.

Can you say the red hat is a Yoruba attire?

PS: Try not to get sentimental over this, just a lil cultural history for the big boys.

Yoruba invented the sun shining on them, the sand they are standing on, and even the bird used to make the hats.

Last time I checked my Bible. God was the creator of the earth and the sun. Only a foolish man would praise another man for God's creation.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 6:45am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

Obviously yes. A traditional attire.

Can you say the red hat is a Yoruba attire?

PS: Try not to get sentimental over this, just a lil cultural history for the big boys.

Since when?   grin grin grin grin grin grin grin Yoruba are now Arabs I guess ROFLMAO
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:46am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

Since when?   

A date cannot be put on that, dear. Even a name cannot be put on it. kiss
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 6:47am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:


Last time I checked my Bible. God was the creator of the earth and the sun. Only a foolish man would praise another man for God's creation.

grin grin grin Hey yoruba love to toast themselves.  No be praising, na mocking.  You took the Agbada creation from Arabs and claim na you make am, might as well take the land and sun from God too.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:48am On Nov 21, 2011
Another Igbo/Igbo wedding
I heard that the chick WAS a nler. At first I thought it was a Yoruba/Igbo wedding, until someone confirmed otherwise.

Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:49am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

grin grin grin Hey yoruba love to toast themselves.  No be praising, na mocking.  You took the Agbada creation from Arabs and claim na you make am, might as well take land and sun from God too.

No mocking, as you say. Just enjoy the thread. kiss

No need to start hating Yoruba just because of simple cultural mixture wink
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 6:50am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

Another Igbo/Igbo wedding



I give you on the hat, everything else is not Yoruba influenced
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 6:50am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

I give you on the hat, everything else is not Yoruba influenced

From his head to his feet, Yoruba swagga!
Even Hausa/arabs cannot boast of it. kiss

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Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 6:54am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

No mocking, as you say. Just enjoy the thread.  kiss

No need to start hating Yoruba just because of simple cultural mixture wink

I do not see any culture mixture which defeats the purpose of the thread.  The only thing so far that supports the thread is the last picture with the man's hat and the woman's gele.  Gele being a yoruba creation is even debatable but we'll give it to yoruba since they are trying to take another man creation and claim na their own.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:00am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

[size=18pt]I do not see[/size] any culture mixture which defeats the purpose of the thread.  The only thing so far that supports the thread is the last picture with the man's hat and the woman's gele.  Gele being a yoruba creation is even debatable but we'll give it to yoruba since they are trying to take another man creation and claim na their own.

Just because you do not see it, does not mean it's defeated. I understand that glasses cost about $400, not cheap huh.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:02am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

From his head to his feet, Yoruba swagga!
Even Hausa/arabs cannot boast of it.  kiss

If you say na grin grin grin grin grin.  

Don't Arab man see this claim claim you people are forming chest with
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:04am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

[size=18pt]If you say na grin grin grin grin grin.  
[/size]
Don't Arab man see this claim claim you people are forming chest with

I damn well did. kiss
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:09am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

Just because you do not see it, does not mean it's defeated.  I understand that glasses cost about $400, not cheap huh.

Heya pele!!!!  Let me help you na

Yoruba man  


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[img]http://www.bikebrothers.nl/Afrika/slager.jpg[/img]
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I see the influence well well now.   grin grin grin
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:13am On Nov 21, 2011
^^^ Even they do not have the same swagga as the Yoruba man kiss

This is Yoruba man




I see that Igbos are now trying to imitate the cultural similarity of Yorubas, Hausas and Arabs. Even though Yorubas design are more detailed with traditional assortments like lace, ankara, adire, etc.

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Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:15am On Nov 21, 2011
Omo see swag!! cheesy



Will be back with more pixs tomorrow kiss
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:18am On Nov 21, 2011
^^^^I see no difference. Everything is exactly the same as the Arabic men I posted. Which Swag?

Bia Ileke-idi.  Lace, Anakara are also Yoruba creation?  Ha I hear word grin grin grin grin
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:19am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

^^^^[size=18pt]I see no difference[/size]. Everything is exactly the same as the Arabic men I posted.  Which Swag?

Bia Ileke-idi.  Lace, Anakara are also Yoruba creation?  Ha I hear word grin grin grin grin

That is alright. You dont need to kiss The Yoruba influence is strong with this one.

Abeg, one more swag before I head off, will be back tomorrow kiss

Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:24am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

That is alright. You dont need to kiss The Yoruba influence is strong with this one.

Abeg, one more swag before I head off, will be back tomorrow kiss



ROFLMFAO.   grin grin grin 

Swag? okay oh 

beautiful family though
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:26am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

ROFLMFAO.   grin grin grin 

Swag? okay oh 

beautiful family though

That's all you got to say?
So disappointed. Drink more hatorade so that I can post more pixs of Yoruba influence on Igbos to cause you more pain.

Sadly, I was thinking you'd be overjoy, to see cultural mixture. But anything Yoruba scares you, huh? kiss
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:32am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

That's all you got to say?
So disappointed. Drink more hatorade so that I can post more pixs of Yoruba influence on Igbos to cause you more pain.

Sadly, I was thinking you'd be overjoy, to see cultural mixture. But anything Yoruba scares you, huh? kiss

I know you want to turn this into an igbo vs. yoruba bigotry topic so i won't give you that satisfactions and I hope umu ndi-igbo will follow suit when they see this.

Which pain?  you be doctor? Abeg commot face for here,   I see no cultural mixture, all I see is a Yoruba woman trying to steal another man creation and claim as their own with laughable swag. 

Post a cultural mixture and i'll be overjoyed.

Aren't you suppose to have logged off?
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:34am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

[size=18pt]Which pain?  [/size]you be doctor? Abeg commot face for here,   I see no cultural mixture, all I see is a Yoruba woman trying to steal another man creation and claim as their own with laughable swag. 

Post a cultural mixture and i'll be overjoyed.

Aren't you suppose to have logged off? 

The one you're clearly and obviously displaying on this thread.
Chillazz, the influence is only going to spread more. First it was the attire, then they're not completing it with our traditional hat.

It's something to celebrate, not sth to hate. lol. If the Edos (who are closer to Yoruba) can do it, anybody can.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:37am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

The one you're clearly and obviously displaying on this thread.
Chillazz, the influence is only going to spread more. First it was the attire, then they're not completing it with our traditional hat.

It's something to celebrate, not sth to hate. lol. If the Edos (who are closer to Yoruba) can do it, anybody can.

We welcome muti-culture but credit the right person.  SUDANO-SAHELIAN,  not Yoruba.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:38am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:


It's something to celebrate, not sth to hate. lol. If the Edos (who are closer to Yoruba) can do it, anybody can.

Edo is not a group. Bini is closer to Yoruba, the rest aren't.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:38am On Nov 21, 2011
Even Alexandri McQueen's was digging it, before he died. RIP




Tradition and traditional influence should be appreciated.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:40am On Nov 21, 2011
^^^^^
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:40am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

Edo is not a group.  Bini is closer to Yoruba, the rest aren't.

Binis are not the only ones being influence. This is due to the large intertribal marriages between the Yorubas and people of Edo state.
Just like you have Cross River tribes influencing the Igbos cultural heritage, due to large intertribal marriages.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:41am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

^^^^^

A simple showcase, dear kiss
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by OneNaira6: 7:43am On Nov 21, 2011
Ileke-IdI:

Binis are not the only ones being influence. This is due to the large intertribal marriages between the Yorubas and people of Edo state.
Just like you have Cross River tribes influencing the Igbos cultural heritage, due to large intertribal marriages.

Something is wrong here, you gotta Flip that around. Bini influenced Yoruba and Igbo influenced Cross-River, etc.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by Nobody: 7:48am On Nov 21, 2011
One_Naira:

Something is wrong here, you gotta Flip that around.  Bini influenced Yoruba and Igbo influenced Cross-River, etc.

Bini's influence on Yoruba is still out for the jury to decide.
But being specific on modern influence, no tribe has yet to try that on the Yorubas. Each decade we make additional changes to our culture abd tradition. Our current wedding attire (with the fan) was not what it was 20/30yrs ago.
Our agbada are even more sophisticated than what the Hausas and Arabs can imagine. kiss
Bini empire's influence can only be seen in some part Ondo state.
Re: Yoruba, Igbo And Acculturation (or Multiculture) by okosodo: 8:10am On Nov 21, 2011
Leave ibo alone.

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