It can well be assumed that this socio-cultural behaviour was handed down from the first African ancestors that crossed the Atlantic. This is evidenced by its prevalance and common use across almost all Western and Central African cultures. There seems to even be certain body languages that accompany it which when seen in the Carribean are almost identical to those found in Western and Central Africa today. These may be but are not limited to hand/ shoulder movements, eye movements and facial expressions.
leslieSep 30, 2015
Me throw me corn me na call no fowl
edwin ragbirJul 11, 2016
kiss my behind
JojoMay 13, 2017
In some places of the Caribbean it means your telling someone to go f@ck them selfs.