September 18, 2021

34 thoughts on “A Day in My Life | Tanzania Repatriation

  1. Mambo beautiful Afrakan people! I hope you enjoy joining me on running some errands I did this day. The only thing I didnโ€™t mention was the fact I was being spied on by an agent pretending to be a repatriate that can lie very well! Fun watching๐Ÿ˜

  2. You were miserable in Tanzania! You seemed to be ok but you weren't. If you grew up in Jamaica the transition to Tanzania wouldn't be so bad. If you grow up in America, then you are incompatible living in Africa, the Caribbean, South America anywhere in the tropics where life is hard.

  3. Hi Tiffany, the plants that you bought looks like the containers are too small and should be repotted in larger containers so the roots have more space to grow and then the leaves will grow larger..You will need larger pots with more soil….Just a tip. Thanks for sharing ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒž๐ŸŒฑ

  4. Another great vid. I could smell the mango !! As for the rice of those lants- ridiculously CHEAP!!! Remember to water your plants or else they will die. Leave the little flowering plant where it was as it was getting adequate sunlight. Impressed with your Swahili. I might just come to visit Tanzania after all. Blessings and Light!!

  5. I just love the way you blend in, just wonderful to see. And your Swahili is getting better and better. Well done Queen Tiffany. Much love ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  6. Am so amazed by my beautful queen. Greetings 2u from Nubian region of Egypt. Thank you for your priceless job youre doing. Only one single negative part of this video is the Saudi arabian flag hanged on a tree. Pls fellow african dont be proud of your enemies flag and/or culture. Remember arabs were the first to introduce slavery into africa. Also remember arabs are the ones took away kemet of you bcz they think africans dont deserve such a beautiful and holy land of kemet (melanated land)
    You should also know that all of northen africans inhabited by non melanated ppl acually belong to us africans. …

  7. It's impressive how you speak Swahili so well after such a short time.. You speak almost like a typical Dar es Salaam native. Shingapi? Elf tano. Freshi.
    You are blending in so well.

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