Trend-Of-The-Week: “Lori Iro” Spreads Like Wildfire On Social Media
Over the last few days, the Yoruba phrase “Lori Iro” has been spreading like wildfire among many people on social media and also on the street.
“Lori iro”, which literally means “On top lies”, found its way into the utterances of the multitude following a short video of a preacher seen to be calling attention of people to some quotidian words deceitfully used by parties in a relationship, especially as valentine day approaches.
“Lori iro, you’re my chocolate, lori iro, you’re my sugarcane, lori iro, you’re my onion, lori iro, you’re my biscuits, lori iro, you’re my puff puff, lori iro, you’re my rodo, you’re my tomato lori iro, iro po… Lie lie lovers…” The man could be heard saying in the short footage.
This video has drawn mixed reactions from many people on social media.
See some reactions below:
— Bolanle Ninolowo ™° (@_iamnino_b) February 10, 2021
OUR WIFE….Lori iro 😩😩☹️
— ASISAT M.O.N (@AsisatOshoala) February 9, 2021
— Omoyele Sowore (@YeleSowore) February 11, 2021
— Pulse Nigeria (@PulseNigeria247) February 10, 2021
Scammers: We can double your 10k in 2 days
— Leadway Assurance (@LeadwayInsure) February 11, 2021
“We will make one naira equal to one dollar”#lori_iro
— Nigeria Stories (@NigeriaStories) February 10, 2021
— BRODA SHAGGI (@BRODAshaggiNG) February 10, 2021
You are my puff puff . Lori iro 😂😂
— zaza (@izzlax) February 11, 2021
I will get back to you lori iro
— Abaya Plug ✂️ (@harteemar) February 10, 2021
Lori iro 🤧.
This video cracks me up every time I watch it 😂 😂😭😭😭 😂 pic.twitter.com/CBGyna3CK2
— Reine💲 (@Reine_Ty) February 8, 2021