Here’s Why The Phrase “Fokoloyor” Is Trending On Social Media

So the phrase “Fokoloyor” is everywhere on social media.

Everyone is talking about it.

Well, this is why everybody is talking about it.

“Fokoloyor” is the title of a new song by Edem.

It’s the Ghanaian accented way of saying “f**k all of you/f**k y’all”

But before the song was made, the phrase originated from a video which Edem posted on Instagram where he was speaking his mind on the controversy between Ebony’s dad and Bullet over the payment of musicians who performed at Ebony’s funeral.

Edem said “Fokolyor” to those creating the controversies at the tail end of the video.

Check out the video:

So so foolishness for this country #Edemgang

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After that, Edem went on to print “Fokoloyor” shirts for sale.

And then, the song came.

The song was released last week and many people are jamming to it.

In the song, Edem talks about the things people say about the following personalities:

John Dumelo, Joselyn Dumas, Shatta Wale, Moesha Boduong, Davido, Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM 1) and Pastor Mensa Otabil.

Basically, Edem has just one word for all those who say negative things about other people.

And that word is “Fokoloyor”

Before you listen to the song, watch how Moesha Boduong reacted to the song:

You can now enjoy the music.

Do well to add it to your playlist.

Get addicted!

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