No, you’re thinking of the Fukarwe tribe. So named because of their short stature and propensity to run around in long grass yelling “We’re the Fukarwe!”. It reminds me of the south Sudanese Oohmigoolis bird, which unfortunately is very well endowed but with short legs. Flowerful Marsha P Johnson Shirt. Preferably within earshot of an easily shocked relative. I wish I could find the video, but there exists a video of an American reporter speaking to a Black British person, and the reporter keeps correcting them to African-Americans when they say, Black. It’s funny and terrifying at the same time. Edit: it 100% was not Idris Elba, and wasn’t any celebrity that I recognized. It was either someone only famous in Britain or a random person on the street. I think it was outdoors, as I remember the female reporter wearing a tan coat.
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