Jua Cali and Michael Olunga twitter battle resurface over World Cup

Open Twitter, go to the search bar and type “Buda unacheza na mafala”. There will be a flurry of tweets accompanied by laughing emojis, but as the statement begins to gain traction, many still don’t know why it’s leaving Twitter in a bad mood. I will explain.
Now, September 10, 2022, Kenyan footballer Michael Olunga has published a short video scoring his team Al Duhail SC of Qatar three goals ‘hat-trick’.

The former Kashiwa Reysol striker scored a hat-trick as Al Duhail beat Qatar Sporting Club 3-0 in a Qatar Stars League match on September 9.

The Al Duhail SC defender, who has been practicing magic since joining the Qatari team, probably didn’t expect his little video to get so much attention and lead to so many mockeries that he would receive.

The famous founder of the Kenyan gang Jua Cali was one of the celebrities who reacted to Olunga’s video. The next day, Jua Cali Quote tweeted a video of Olunga, writing “Buddha you play with mafala”.

A photo slide of Micahel Olunga and Jua Cali

Almost immediately, Olunga responded to Jua Cali’s bad track by tweeting a video of NRG radio host Natalie Githinji mocking Jua Cali’s “terrible” music, with the caption “VAR waves playing”.

The exchange had no meaning until last night when it resurfaced after Qatar’s national team was humiliated by Ecuador in the opening match of the 2022 World Cup.

The poor performance of the Maroons, who became the first host country to lose their first World Cup match, brought people back to Jua Cali’s tweet in September, as if it was a sign of the Gang legend labeling the Qatari footballers as “mafala” (without knowledge, low. -knowledgeable). )

Following the 2-0 defeat at the Al Bayt Stadium, Twitter user @jamrick tweeted: ‘Buddha, you play with mafala’ will be famous forever from today.

The tweet has over a thousand likes.

Another Twitter user, @piochebrio, tweeted, “Now I understand Jua Cali” and added a laughing emoji. His tweet has almost 3,000 likes.

Another user @Archie_K tweeted, “Buddha you are playing with words”. Kenyan musician Jua Cali probably knew something we didn’t about Qatari players being stupid.”

Thousands of Kenyans have now turned their attention to the skills of Michael Olunga who scored hat-trick after hat-trick in Qatar.

Last season, the 28-year-old Harambee Stars captain became the league’s top scorer after scoring 24 goals in 20 matches. So far this campaign, the former Gor Mahia star has scored five league goals in seven matches.

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