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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Waist Beads -Your View......

What do you honestly think about waist beads?or waist chains?







Some people wear waist beads for fashion and beautification purposes.....
Some wear fortified ones to seduce men and get clients....
Some wear to check weight gain or loss ...

Some people think waist beads are demonic.....


Read this .....

''I had a strange experience on Sunday in Church..my sister was delivered from wearing a possessed waist beads and She even vomited strange substances.. I used to watch true life stories on television where a person buys possessed items that would later torment the owners until I saw what happened ''



I used to wear waist beads and stopped using it when i got pregnant cos it couldn't fit,by the time the baby came I didn't find it cool anymore and when i wanted to start,I read somewhere on it being really demonic and i got scared...

What is your view on waist beads?This post might save someone's waist!



162 comments:

  1. I love it! Mine got cut during dgvdksodvdhspshd, I'll buy a new one when next I go to the market.

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    1. @Aboki
      I can see you are already doing incantation for your waist beads to
      seduce men. Chant more,more men, more people's husband, more approach to
      doom

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    2. Hahahahahahaha..... Miss Aboki u are not well at all. Or was dat really a typo??..lol

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    3. You bad bad girl. πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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    4. Lol @dgvdksodvdhspshd. Guess its the marathon race in za oza room

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    5. I read that thing over three times to see if I can actually get what she wrote there. Maybe it was typo.

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    6. u are not ashamed of yourself miss aboki. ur pics are over here n u aren't ashamed talking about being laid.

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    7. I'm a fan o, but hubby isn't.


      I'll buy, he will cut it when he ants to collect(when I forget to take it off), I became tayad of the drama, whats waist bead if it can't be on your waist year in year out?, the last one was a gold chain, he told me, sweet please remove it yourself by yourself or I'll destroy it.


      I jejely go sell am give the seller back*lol





      Saying it demonic, its possible though, but the ones when I wore were harmless ones, gave me this internal sexy feel, and when I'm naked I feel fly seeing it on my beautiful waist and flat Tommy.


      But like they say, marriage is sacrifice.

      So ayav scarificed mine to the gods of waist beadsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      I no do again

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    8. Anon you dey crase ooo, were you thinking I was a fargin?

      Teejay nit everything is meant for you to understand.

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    9. I understood Aboki perfectly. I read that mumbo jumbo as “during doggy and effing!”

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    10. Wow!
      20:47 you are indeed very intelligent.

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  2. Na you know wetin you wear.I'm indifferent.

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  3. I don't wear it. Over to those who do

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  4. I wear mine for the fashion and beautification and also to check weight gain and weight loss.

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    1. So do you display "the fashion" for all to see your waist?
      Looks like you chanted incantations in your first comment.

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    2. ANG, i had a flat tummy then so i wore crop top alot.

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    3. @Aboki Nyarinya
      So wetin make ya belle big now? As every anonymous don become ANG okwa ya?
      Ya belle don big now because of;
      1. you chop belle full come shoot off?
      2. Because you dey shak plenty ogogoro and ya chilled kai kai for ya fridge?
      3. You dey chop plenty tuwo shinkafi/tuwo masara okwa ya
      eh Aboki nyarinya?

      😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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  5. I’ve never worn it before but let me read comments so I can learn

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  6. I used to like waist chain and Anklets dunno what changed though.

    Saw a waist bead on a lady with cowries.What for??

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    1. Plastic beads with demonic possession. Dumb Africans.

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  7. I love waist chain, use to wear it when I was in the uni, but Mumsy woke up one morning and cut them off my waist, said she had a bad dream about it.

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    1. Bbjac, your mumsy could not dream about how to advance and make positive changes in the world. See the type of small minded backward zero value dream she's having. Na wa.

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    2. anonymous 17:14 people's parents should be off limits when you are trying to score blog points even if yours are NOT

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  8. Waist beads are gorgeous. They are colorful and I have worn them. Same with ankle chains.

    If I can get a good one, I will still wear. Its helped me know when my tummy was getting outta hand in the past😍
    They will demonize waist chains but love money pass anything. I had a dream Private Jets are demonic too😁

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    1. Iphie don't I just love you??? Saying it the way it is. Always love reading your comments.

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    2. My dear πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ every thing is demonic to Nigerians, tattoos, leg chain, jewelry anything they don’t like is demonic but we all know who the real demons are.

      I make waist beads and leg beads, I wear a leg bead but not waist chain because I’m too lazy to make for myself but I do for others. I love it all, I need deliverance then I guess.

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    3. Hello TeejayπŸ™‹‍♀️

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    4. Iphie don't I love you, had a dream private jets are demonic Hahahahahahahaha

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    5. Love you plenty, Iphie.

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    6. I love them too and wore them at a point.
      Why do alot of men hate it, I don't get. Had to stop wearing but I will start again if I come across nice good quality ones.

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    7. Please send Stella your picture. I am craving to see you Iphie, are you single?

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    8. πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘ πŸ‘

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    9. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    10. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    11. dear iphie .....no offence, sometimes you kinda joke about everything not spiritual. Well your right ,but please don't be too carefree bout matters oh . spiritual problems are no joke, especially if one isn't not a genuine Christian and a true powerful believer to pray for or with one. Anyways all I will say is be careful where on buy stuff to use personally.

      pls go to youtube and type 'TB JOSHUA DELIVERS LADY WITH WAIST BEADS" Pls just watch the 34min video.it is the second video.

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    12. Lol. Iphie, Single ke?πŸ™„πŸ˜³

      You must be new on this blog.

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  9. The answer to the above question is:

    b. Some wear fortified ones to seduce men and get clients....

    The girls know what they are wearing.
    They have sold their souls to the devil for material gain.
    But what shall it profit a lady to gain the whole world
    and lose her own soul? What can
    you give in exchange for your soul?
    Men, client?

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    1. A lie, you already commented

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  11. I used to have waist bead on from my secondary school days till i entered the uni,men flock around me and i even get asked out by rich married men as well.I went for a prayer programme at ori oke babalola in ikeji arakeji that was when we were asked to go bath inside the healing river and told to remove my waist bead before stepping into the river.Since that day that i pull off my waist bead,nasoso broke men dey follow me.I can't even locate where i bought the waist bead sef.What i know is anyman that sees me while having the waist bead on will get attracted to me,if he should touch it,edon finish be that.Ask me what i do with those money i collect from rich men....na cloth,food,jewellery and makeup.I have become a spirikoko now running from pillar to post in search of serious guy.Wish i never buy that waist bead.Na me dey beg for 1g data from sdk blog now.Lol.Life.If you buy anything to use on your body,always pray on it very well.

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    1. This is serious.

      Keep holding on to God, don’t worry everything will be fine

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    2. You have been played. Your problem started from that darn river or ocean you agreed to go to.

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    3. Iphie πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, Nigerians kill me. So the waist bead is the problem not the river where people do all sorts of rituals and sacrifices.

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    4. See as you carry hand buy problem for yourself.








      Go for serious deliverance.
      There's nothing impossible for God to do.



      Most waist bead I've used were made by my bead making friends o.
      I Dont randomly buy waist beads from road or shop sellers.

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    5. Mt dear Ava, you've been scammed and misinformed. You see, you cannot just buy a jazzed beads , not unknowingly. It is something that is sought after and deliberately gotten.
      Your problem isn't the beads but rather that supposed prayer you got involved in. That river you entered. That 'head cleansing 'you did.

      Cleanse your mindset. Stop going around churches. Declare positively to yourself. Free your mind.

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  12. Juju
    juju
    juju
    juju
    All are for olosho juju

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  13. Abeg abeg abeg abeg abeg!!! Wetin!
    Person wear waist beads; demonic, person wear anklet; ogbanje, mami water bla bla bla.
    Must everything be demonic to una?
    Mshewwwwwwwwwwwwww

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    1. @Bibi
      Talk about what you know in your myopic world
      and leave those with experience to talk about theirs.
      Did you read that of Ava just above yours?

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    2. Person watch GOT; they say it's demonic.

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    3. Anonymous 13:37, i assure you her’s started when she dipped in that so called river. Abeg face front.

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    4. I stayed in Togo for almost half of my life moved back to naija like 7years now because of marriage...over there once they birth and it's a baby girl she automatically wears beads it's cultural for them and my friend says it forms their waist. it's more of culture than fashion

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    5. Yes it forms the waist. The calabar people culture, wearing beads for babies is cultural. That's how we were brought up. It wasn't till I moved to Ibadan that I started hearing bad wearing is juju. Never heard of it before then. We love our beads and show it off. The way it jiggles is seductive and drives our men crazy.

      I remember when my head broke after my engagement, that was the day I conceived my son 😁😁😁
      My hubby loves it. Since then I have worn on and off throughout our 14 years of marriage. It also makes me notice qhen my waist is expanding beyond measure πŸ˜‚I should get back it to sef

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  14. I love waist beads and use to own one until I got married.

    My father bought me my first waist bead I think. I remember using it to monitor my weight.

    My husband doesn't like them so I had to discard them.

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  15. Personally don't like it and can never wear it.

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  16. Now I know that most of the girls here have charmed their bodies to
    seduce.

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  17. Waist bead and ankle chain is a no no for me

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    1. Ankle chain is a must have, when i travel out of this country

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    2. Love ankle chain oh. In fact wearing one now. But dont like waist bead. My sister wears that one,but she makes it herself.

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  18. In some places, it is seen as a cultural thing and mode of fashion. Though some people now uses it for diabolically purposes after enchanting it magically. with different intent at heart. In all, I don't see anything bad with it when use as a fashion.

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    1. Teejay , where are you . I want to lick your balls

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  19. Waist beads with what waist kwanu?

    I dont have an atom of hips/bum the thing will just fall off or look like a struggle.

    πŸ˜‘

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. LMAO 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. LMAO 🀣🀣🀣

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      See self yabbingπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    6. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    7. I just fell off my couch laughingπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€.

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    8. why not try it n see if the waist n hip will come out..Add squating too

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    9. Hahaha

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    10. Some of you on this blog are clowns 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    11. Stella you must buy me new phone o. My phone fell off my hand when I read this comment and took 4ever to boot back.

      I am no finding it funny again jor

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    12. Hahaha ike slippers .
      flat bumbum

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    13. My head o πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    14. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ it will actually help bring our your waist and make it look good

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    15. What!!!πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  20. I wear mine for beautification and fashion,I love waist beads and have never regretted wearing them up till date

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    1. Can I see you on it? Seeing is believing you know.

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  21. I wear mine for beautification and fashion,I love waist beads and have never regretted wearing them up till date

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  22. I love waist chain it turns me on whenever I see a lady on waist gold chain....damn it is freaking awesome.

    Future wife abeg waist chain or nothing oooooo.

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    1. I guess u r d guy dat run after me after seeing my waist beads at eko hotel(fola)

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  23. 2x this has happened to me, once in ABUJA,a toaster started interrogating me about ordinary gold ring with fear in his eyes o, 2nd manna mountain ogudu Gra publishers of our daily manner, during minister and praise one of d ushers dragged me to d Alter weird but I followed nxt thing I heard from pastor ISI NKWOCHA. Which goddess sent u, with handky in his hand o! Speak , which goddess sent u, come here congregations shouting BLOOD OF JESUS. I told this man, pastor Na fashion ring o no b even gold. Na so them pull my ring o begin pour olive oil. I was disgusted. That was my last time in that place biko.
    This is simply superstition. It’s a big LIE!!! Big one. Beads r cool , there is nothing wrong in using them , just make sure u wash them well that’s all. I don’t use them anyways

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
      You should have played along na and see where it goes. ISI nkwocha🀧😁

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    2. Hahahahaha your comment really changed my mood now

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    3. Don't be surprised you see an usher in the church putting on the ring one day.
      That is how I lost a bandana in secondary school when I went to try on uniform during hols. We resumed and I saw the school bursar using my same bandana to pack her hair. And I had gone crying to this lady looking for it in her office.
      I was a small girl in Jss2 I cldnt talk. The woman was later sacked in our SS2 for fraud and stealing.

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    4. Lol @ Bed and Rose's πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ you're right thogh.

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    5. Yoruba people have spoilt the world with their juju. That'why they see everyone as in depth in it as them.
      There's absolutely nothing fetish about a sit beads. It contours the waist. The one used on new born babies are different from the ones maidens used.
      In factthe number of beads you use used to signify how long you are on marriage. It is a beautification symbolwhere I come from and our men love it die...

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  24. I use to have a class mate back in my uni days with a waste bead. Learnt from one of her close pal that she used it to tie her man down to herself. Stella i believed cus this man couldn't live a minute without this babe by his side. Even when we're having lectures,this bro will be sitting close waiting for her. Like he's always with her 247. Saw her through school and today they are married with a son. Just hope the scale doesn't fall off his face someday to regret all the years he's spent with her. Different strokes for different folks. But i dont like it. But even if i have to,it must be a real gold chain

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    1. Waist as in your waist your waist all I want is your waist. You sound like you’re sure she used “jazz”. You just believed something someone told you like that.

      I wore waist beads in secondary school, my Mum approved of it because she likes it.

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    2. @Doppelganger, but it couldn't be far from being true na.even when we wanna have just girls time out,this guys still follows. It was that bad.

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    3. And thanks for the correction. Waist rather.

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    4. I and this weirdo ‘chyker’ that used to peek through the class window during lectures... I wasn't even wearing beads then🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    5. Some people are just so gullible. Most Uni lovers used to be gum body so what are you saying?

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    6. Nigerian women when theysee a man fall heads over heels in love ,they will sa it is jazz!!
      My dear, pray to.experience that kind of love. It is real

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  25. I used to wear them mainly for aesthetics till I outgrew em.

    I didn't know people use em for spiritual purposes.

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    1. You "outgrew them?' Meaning you are now fat?
      Good to know.

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    2. Outgrew (2) = stop doing or having interest in something as one mature.

      You know nothing.

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  26. I wore for a short while in my higher institution for fashion and beauty, it cut but I didn't bother to get another one. Mentioned it one day but my husband said it doesn't make the person wearing appear responsible.

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  27. I love waist beads and I wear , just for fashion.

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    1. Yeah
      It adds a different kind of sexiness to the waistπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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  28. As a little girl back then in Lagos I loved waist beads that some times since my mother won't let me wear them I would tie ropes, three ropes on my waist and my mum would just walk pass me and cut them lool...I stopped so somehow my husband just bought beads for me from his last trip and when I asked him how he got to know I love beads he said just had the feeling that I love beads. lol so yeah I love beads there's nothing to it. #my2cents

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ na wa o, the three ropes got me rotfl

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣 as a little girl, wetin dey hungry you no dey market

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  29. I personally love waist beads. I actually make yhe ones I wear but my sisters didn’t like it when they saw it so I kept it on one side.

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  30. I wear mine for beautification and to shape my waist. Also weight gain or reduction monitor.

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  31. I wear waist beads oh, I even make them myself
    The pics up there sef are just OK, get a waist bead with size 4 crystals(preferably gold colour)... You'll fall in love with your waist, don't think I'll stop wearing anytime soon

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  32. I love waist bead , but our religion will not allow. I got 1GB from Stella. Up SDK . Up Beloved

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  33. I just took off my wrist bead and put on my ankle. Looks good. Ama add to the collection.

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  34. I love waist bead and I have been wearing mine for years now.. They is nothing spiritual in it I wear mine for beautification and to also watch my weight.. I even sell to people at times

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  35. The anon ccommenting juju up and down.. Waist beads have traditionally being worn by African women since the 15th century to serve many celebratory purposes.

    Waist beads are known to promote fertility and feminine energy . The beads can be worn visibly as a sign of status or hidden as an invisible yet perceptible signal to a husband or lover.

    Ain't nothin juju bout it.

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£ commenting juju up and down

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    2. In the 15th century, they were even naked
      Why aren't you naked up till your menses?
      They married at 14, why don't you?
      Juju, juju, juju, juju up and down
      that is what you girls use it for now

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    3. That pant and bra you wear is juju then.
      Your hairstyles juju.
      Your shoes juju.
      You amphibian, you use juju to type.

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    4. Waoh! Perxian you of all people??? ' Been and being' pls warn yaself oooo.

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    5. πŸ˜‚ at 17.33, I'm shook! Being/been from the world class grammarian.

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  36. I noticed ladies who wore beads when they were a child usually have nice curves, not all though. My parents has been staunch christians from childhood,things as such were frowned at . I'm indeferent about it.

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    1. You must be Yoruba. Bead wearing in our side of the country has nothing to do with Christianity. It's beauty

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  37. I like waist beads. I don't buy all ready made ones. I go to wusee market, buy the beads and make them and wear my thing. My man likes it. Plays with it at times unconsciously while we are In the public.

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  38. If waist beads are jazzed then so are men's belts. These are just items of fashion/jewelry and they don't possess any otherworldly powers anymore than a pair of earrings or necklace does.

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  39. Not my thing. But if you must wear it, why not make it yourself to be sure of the source? It's super easy to make

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  40. I love waist beads and I have some on presently. Everything is not demonic abeg..

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  41. It was on Nigerian blogs and Naija Twitter that I got to know beads are diabolical yada yada because in Ghana it’s a RITE of passage!

    The moment a girl child is born, she must wear waist beads! When you take a child for naming without beads, the sort of shaming the midwives and other mothers would heap you not forgetting about the pressure from your family!

    Ghanaian men don’t play with their waist beads, it’s an aphrodisiac for them especially during doggy and the cha cha sounds it makes, makes them go crazy!
    I have over 10 beads around my waist and it’s just a beautiful sight (even if I say so myself)
    So people of Nigeria, waist beads are not demonic or diabolical!
    They are a thing of beauty!

    Selah

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    1. It's not Naija oh. It is just a section with loud mouth and bad behaviour. Juju ke!!! Something that is completely natural and beautiful. Their own mist be different...

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    2. You are so right,started wearing waist bead last yuletide when i visited Ghana,its nice.
      .

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  42. Lol. Some use it for juju, others for fashion or weight monitoring. I dated a guy that made me take it off everytime we ... That reminds me, some guy gave me his card last week. He said he does handcrafted waist beads and anklets etc, I should call to order. Now if a guy sees it and he is not cool, then we just drop things there cos no time. As if say if they wan jazz them, them go knowπŸ˜‚

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  43. I hate it with a passion.

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  44. I like to see it on girl's waist.
    It's fashionable

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  45. The truth is that demons like dwelling in certain items/places. Things like Ouija board naturally invites them. Beautify your house with climbing plants so that it shields sunlight, you start having demonic experiences. Waist beads belong to the items demons love. Not that they are demonic per say. They provide a safe place of abode. Study demonology you will learn more. It's best to avoid certain things. You may just open a doorway whose manifestations may be immediate or in the long run. Why open the door with something you can avoid?

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    1. Best comment.

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    2. That is a lie!!! Hand beads and neck.beads nko? Or even you people rosaries?
      Claiming special knowledge..then dont even wear wearing, necklace.or even wedsing ring..
      You all.be giving power to demons and making the death and resurrection of Christ of non effect in your lives

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    3. Anon 00:31, you cannot know more than the Holy Spirit. If truly you think what the anon up there said is a lie, I want to believe you are baptized in the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues. If you are, why not commit to a personal time with the Holy Spirit and ask Him these questions about demonology or demonic possession of material items and even people. The Bible admonishes us not to be ignorant of the devices of the enemy, the resurrection and blood of Christ is efficacious in breaking every bondage, no doubt. However there are yokes we must not be ignorant of.

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    4. 00:31,may God bless u for d last statement.

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  46. I love waistbeads. I even have one in my box now. Whatever be the reason for wearing is nobody's business.Waistbeads are sexy,alluring and beautiful.Some wear to check their weight gain/loss,for protection,beautification
    n seduction purposes.

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  47. I love it, but never got the courage to buy one for myself, maybe because of my strong family upbringing.
    I'll add it to my to-do list now sef, but my fear now is all the advert on IG tagging it as a holding-man down tingy dey fear me too.....but flat belle no gree give me liver.

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  48. Growing up in lagos it used to be a norm among the Yoruba people around me, even the hausa tooo, I used to admire it but my parents made us believe itsnot good oooo, even ankle chain back then when you wear it means you are promiscuous.
    over the year people have abused it and used it for fetish reasons

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  49. I wear waist and leg chain... My waist chain has been there for years...

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  50. Some women wear waist beads to monitor their cycle so that they can prevent pregnancy.

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  51. Jigida and ileke idi! You outgrow some things. I last wore a gold chain on my waist in secondary school in the 80s.

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  52. Please how can one learn how to make them?

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  53. Waist beads hmmm

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  54. Pls go to youtube and search "TB joshua delivers lady with waist bead.pls take time to watch this video.

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