Naijimbi and Naizimbo

Zim Slang Naijimbi and Naizimbo

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"Naijimbi" in Zim slang means "Nigerian" alternatively some people in Zimbabwe (or abroad) may say "Naijimbo" instead of the former. It all depends on the person. Although 'naijimbi' is the one which is popularly used most of the time by Zimbos.

However, "Naizimbo" simply refers to a relationship/marriage/union/fling/situationship etc between either a Nigerian man/woman and a Zimbabwean man/woman.

Note: Naijimbi shouldn't be confused with Ginimbi. The latter refers to a socialite/businessman who is widely known in Zimbabwe ahn ina di sosho media skreets boht im "Ginimbi TV" where piipl wid either data ar "assets to show" dem gather togeda to av fun ahn aal oda tings dem du deh.


Example Usage:

👨🏾‍🦲 Person 1: "Ndapedza zuva rose nhasi ndichiona hangu mafirimu emaNaijimbi. Rega ndichimboenda kuHoriwudhu"

👨🏿‍🦲 Person 2: "Yah, zvinoda uchimbochinja musambo ndokuti zvifaye. Haikona kubva wati taka-taka nawo maNaijimbo."
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