The phrase "Black Mwiri Wese" in Zim slang means a BMW (Bavarian Motor Works/Bayerische Motoren Werke) automobile.

In most cases, this phrase is usually used in reference to the most expensive models of BMW cars instead of the basic models the automobile manufacturer has to offer.

Because if the BMW automobile in question is not fancy enough, no one really cares much. It is yet another car like any automobile on the street—a second look is probably not worth it.


Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Bango, paita bango pano."
  • Person 2 -- "Black Mwiri Wese pombi, inzwa engine chete."
  • Person 1 -- "Too much power, my guy"
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