Venda Woman Teaches American Bae To Greet Her Mom in Tshivenda in TikTok Video: “He Loves My Culture"

Venda Woman Teaches American Bae To Greet Her Mom in Tshivenda in TikTok Video: “He Loves My Culture"

  • A mlungu gent was taught by his woman how to greet in her language, and he impressed her mom
  • In a TikTok video, the American man greeted his future mother-in-law in the traditional Tshivenda greeting, earning the respect of netizens
  • The man moved from the United States to be with his Venda bae, and netizens from both countries wished them an excellent relationship
  • The stunning bae told Briefly News that her man invested his time in understanding her traditions

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A Venda woman taught her American man how to greet her mother in Tshivenda.
A woman's mlungu bae charmed her mother when he said, "Ndaa." Image: @beyondborders_jh
Source: TikTok

A Venda woman's mlungu bae showed great regard when he greeted his partner's mother in Tshivenda. The man's gesture of respect impressed South Africans, who had beautiful things to say about his warm consideration.

Woman's white boyfriend learns to greet in Tshivenda

In the TikTok video posted by @beyondborders_jh, the man goes down on one knee in front of his girlfriend's mother. He then looks down and says, "Ndaa." The older woman is so impressed that she cannot stop laughing happily.

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Venda woman shares the couple's experiences with Briefly News

Hope Muronga told Briefly News that her boyfriend, Josh Schlueter, took the time to understand the Venda culture.

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"We have been together for four years. I'm impressed and happy that he can learn and connect with my family. He understands my cultural background, and it has strengthened our relationship. He loves incorporating Venda clothing when we dress up. He has also learned how to cook South African classical dishes like pap, magwinya and chakalaka.
"One of the biggest challenges we face as an interracial couple is navigating our cultural differences. My South African background and his American background are so different. We have learned to respect each other's cultures and to compromise," she said.

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South Africans impressed by the gesture

Netizens are gushing over the gentleman's attempt to show how much he respects his partner's culture.

Chloe Miracle said:

“I have to teach mine too.”

Beyond Borders replied:

“Teach him.”

Mphu_Mukhada remarked:

“Ncoh, this is so beautiful. Makhulu’s daughter.”

Lilymoz was impressed.

“You gained a follower. Great, wow, awesome.”

The beautiful couple also posted a video of when her bae moved to Mzansi from the United States to be with the love of his life. She also trended for giving her bae a shoutout after she bagged her Ph.D.

Watch the video of him moving to Mzansi here:

Netizens from both the United States of America and South Africa commented on how happy they were that he was moving to Mzansi.

Brian Boles congratulated him.

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“Wow, Josh. That is awesome. So happy for you. I still remember that young kid from work, and it couldn’t have happened to a better guy.”

Jonette Jose331 exclaimed:

“God’s richest blessings upon you both. Stay safe, all the best.”

Ozmanjim wrote:

“Many years of love to the both of you.”

QueenKaren welcomed him.

“So sweet! He came at the right time too. The weather is getting very nice.”

Rochelleoliphant06 added:

“All the best, guys. Your story is beautiful.”

MrsDuPlessis added:

“He’s gonna love it here.”

Beyond Borders responded:

“I believe so, too. South Africa has one of the most kindest people I know.”

Zuket09 SBWLed:

“If I ever get married again, I will move anywhere for love because I concentrated on my career for 15 years. Now I feel like love may locate me.”

Mlungu and Zulu bae move to JHB from KZN

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a mlungu and his bae moved from KZN to Johannesburg to start their lives together.

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The couple shared their trip, which went viral, and the video shows them preparing for the journey. The couple also shared their story with Briefly News.

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