Colombian in Qatar 2022 simulated banana sale with megaphone and video is viral

Despite the fact that the Colombian National Team did not qualify for the World Cup, Colombian citizens did not miss the opportunity to live a new experience during the development of a World Cup.

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In addition to the large number of ‘coffee-growing’ journalists who are in Qatari territory, public figures, ‘influencers’, athletes and ordinary people —such as the Nacional fan captured in a stadium— are added, who leave their mark on that country.

This was the case with a young man from Cartagena identified as Jehu Felfle Del Risco on Instagram, who He showed in a video the joke he made in Qatar with the help of a member of the World Cup logistics.

As the Colombian revealed in his TikTok account, he approached the foreigner to ask him to let him speak through the megaphone that he was carrying to direct tourists to the outskirts of a stadium.

No problem, The man agreed to his request and held out the microphone for the young man to speak. Once he had permission, the man, who according to his profile is a business administrator, uttered a phrase that is heard in various streets and market places in Colombia.

“Banana, banana, cassava,” he stated, pretending to be a vendor.

@jehufelfledr POV: You can leave Colombia but Colombia will never leave you… 🇨🇴🤣 #FIFAWorldCup #Qatar2022 #Colombia #Mundial #parati #Qatar #pov #fyp ♬ original sound – Jehu Felfle Del Risco

The video titled “You can leave Colombia, but Colombia will never leave you” It didn’t take long for it to go viral, as many Colombians identified that sound. The reactions did not take long to appear and several users left other examples of what he could have said through the megaphone.

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“I thought I would say: ‘Mazamorra paisa with cheese and brown sugar’”, “It was the moment to say: ‘Mazamorraaa’”, “I thought I was going to go out buying junk and old refrigerators”, “tamales a thousand steps, a classic”, “iron, copper, aluminum, batteries, heaters are bought”, “memories of my childhood”, “you took her out of the stadium”, “what a good representation”, “wrapped with corn”, are some of the comments that can be read in the publication.



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