'Nga' has been the statement of the days since Terrence creative alias Papa Freddie le Wash Ngamwaya did the second skit of his 'wash wash biziness comedy.
Well, the term 'Nga' through Terrence's video went viral like the bad flu and everyone has been using 'Nga' in their communication whether in writing or speaking like a national language. Monotonous much.
In a poll done by buzzroom page, a higher percentage of fans admitted that the term has now been overused that it has become boring and monotonous.
Well, popular DJ Mo seems to be fade up with the 'nga' trend and has gone forward addressing people and promising to block those who use the term while addressing him. He wrote, "Mtu aniandikie tena hii stuff ya 'Nga' namblock. Turudi normal. An indication that he is bored with the same.
How do you feel about the viral 'Nga' term everyone has been using in their speech lately?
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