Africans Triggered By Oven Baked Nigerian “Joll Off Rice”
Nigerians favourite dish, Jollof rice, is in the news again. Only this time, it is not a battle with our neighbouring country, Ghana. It is a post by @CBeebiesHQ on how to prepare Jollof which they titled Joll Off rice. CBeebiesHQ is BBC’s parenting preschool channel.
In the video, they teach that you put your mixed concoction in the oven.
Watch the video below:
— #TriggeredPod (@TriggeredPdcst) March 29, 2018
My face the entire time I was watching this video pic.twitter.com/9Ia2NAJU6Z
— 🎒 (@RealistBigR) March 30, 2018
YOU 👏🏾 WILL 👏🏾 NOT 👏🏾 DISRESPECT 👏🏾 JOLLOF 👏🏾 LIKE 👏🏾 THIS 👏🏾 TODAY!!!!! You can call it Pilau before you can call whatever that is jollof!!! I have questions!!!! Is this Timbuktu jollof?! Are you compos mentis?! Is everything ok at home?!!! 🙆🏾🙆🏾🙆🏾🙆🏾🙆🏾 pic.twitter.com/aXEvEuv5vS
— N’Jadaka Unyana Ka N’Jobu (@curatedbyaqueen) March 29, 2018
I’m Ghanaian yet I’m triggered asf
I mean ‘Joll Off’ – spelt wrong AND it’s two separate words 🙃🙃🙃
ISSA RED HOT FLAG
— daniel kay. (@AD1S1Tweets) March 29, 2018
The red rice contingent rebukes this all the way to the posh English neighborhood that spawned it. This ain't Nigerian, Ghanaian, Geechee, Jamaican, or any of that. pic.twitter.com/idaF5gO6Ys
— New Secretary of Education (@renaissanceeast) March 29, 2018
One thing missing in the video; they omitted the bit where it should have said "PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME" 😆🤣
— Ibezimako eee (@Cowries) March 29, 2018
Lmao this is not 'Nigerian Joll Of' this one na Indian tin tomato casserole. Cultural appropriation at it's finest. Thumbs up colonizers, there's no limit to your thievery
— ty naira sign (@darkxchoc95) March 29, 2018
I tried not to judge too hard but who they put the pot in the OVEN I nearly punched my screen. Instead of them to just use an actual Nigerian we get Susan from Worcestershire on the cutting board and her husband Gavin narrating it. Absolutely ridiculous 🙄
— She wanted to go dancing, so we watched a movie. (@r3dnax3la) March 30, 2018
LOOL, why do they let people that aren’t Nigerian do these cooking videos😂😂😪 pic.twitter.com/g3rOIV9ipQ
— j_ldn (@jbensonsule) March 29, 2018
What do you think?