▷ This is the meaning of Sco pa tu manaa, the latest Twitter viral

sco pa tu manaa meaning

"Sco pa tu manaa", sco tu pa manaa "," sco for your mana "... The new Twitter viral has as many meanings as forms of expression. As happened a few months ago with the Ontas meme, the latest viral is crossing the language barrier, and today its use extends even to the English-speaking public. But what is the meaning of Sco pa tu manaa and why is it becoming so popular? Find out below.

What does Sco pa tu manaa mean in Spanish?

Although the latest meme has become famous among the Spanish-speaking public, the truth is that its origin has its origin in Zambia , although the reason for its viralization has several reasons.

What the fuck is “sco pa tu manaa” that you want to break everyone's head in this social network of assholes

- rodsquare (@RodSquare_) July 24, 2019

According to Urban Dictionary, the meaning of Sco pa tu manaa in Zambia, a country based on the African continent, has to do with “the duty to express one's opinion on a specific subject” ; no "sco para tu mana" or "sco para tu tomorrow", the Hispanic version of the meme that has created confusion among users of the aforementioned social network.

What does sco mean to you?

Other websites such as KnowYourMeme assure that the origin of the expression comes from Hawaiian, and that Sco pa tu manaa means "what does this remind you of" or "what memories does this bring you" . Google Translate tells us that its meaning in Hawaiian is that of “you will find it interesting” or “this is interesting”, so the first meaning will have to be given full credibility, as there is no online Zambian to Spanish translator.

I see another "sco pa tu manaa" more and I beat them all up //t.co/S4Qv7Npf0A

- oʍoɾǝlɐ (@alejowo_) July 24, 2019

But surely the reason for its viralization has to do with the song by artist Kawoulaa Biov called Daavi Neba in collaboration with Patapaa. The artist, originally from Ghana, mentions the famous phrase Sco pa tu manaa at minute 1:47 of the song that we can hear in the video attached below.

It's a phrase from a Ghanaian song by Patapaa, but the phrase has no actual meaning. It evolved into a challenge of people trying to sing the tongue twisting lyrics, and on twitter, it somehow evolved into / got used in place of the “why are you mad?” memes // t.co / bmeNZpAEvm

- Dey your dey 🇳🇬👑 (@ nigeriana94) July 19, 2019

The expression in question was the subject of a meme today a little over two months ago in different parts of the world. The so- called "Scopatmanaa challenge" was even created to imitate the aforementioned phrase in the United States and other English-speaking countries. As in previous viral challenges, the challenge was based on pronouncing Sco pa tu manaa quickly and accurately, by counting a certain degree of difficulty for certain languages ​​of Anglo-Saxon origin.

Two months later, the meme has become a new trend to express our opinion about a certain topic. In general, an image of the topic to be discussed and the expression Sco pa tu manaa or Sco tu pa manaa is included .

sco pa tu manaa

(London) pic.twitter.com/9GO34VFN66

- sky 's 🌫️ ☣ (@thixobssky) July 25, 2019

Later it is linked to the original tweet to express the opinion about the subject to be discussed by other users or by the author of the meme himself. Nothing that we have not seen before with memes like the famous Unpopular opinion, banished this time by Sco pa tu manaa.