Social media is buzzing with a new hashtag that seemed to have come out of the blues. If you haven’t heard of Na Dem Dey Rush US it is most likely you are badly out of step with happenings in Naija.
Fine boys like us, we, we no dey too look for women like that, na dem dey rush us, na dem dey rush us, Fine boys and girls
Twitterzens, especially those from Naija, are going gaga with Na Dem Dey Rush US. We hear some adventurous peeps are already using the hashtag as a tagline on their profiles.
So what does Na Dem Dey Rush US mean and where did the craze start from.
Let’s start with the origin of the phrase. A few days ago, a Twitter user (where else) from Nigeria posted a video clip from an old Nollywood movie. Obviously, she liked the whole clip of one actor throwing shade on a lady for being unmarried at her age.
The lady in question had the audacity the question his fine boy creds. He haughtily told her his problem was keeping cute girls away from him. That was the point he uttered the now famous phrase, ‘Na dem dey rush us.’
Are you a Man City fan, #NaDemDeyRushUS can send a clear message to other clubs that your club is the rave of the moment and people are rushing to identify with the club as fans.
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