Secret African tribe flee village to try fast food burgers for first time ever
Members of a a secretive African tribe have filmed themselves leaving their home and trying fast food burger and chips for the first time ever.
The Maasai people are native to southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, and normally eat just raw meat, raw milk, honey and raw blood from cattle.
And by cattle, it's a very specific breed known as Zebu.
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But now one clan from the tribe has found a camera, set up a YouTube channel documented its experiences of leaving its rural routes as they head out into the world.
Led by a bloke called Chief Kanaya, the group travelled to Zanzibar, where they “go for work”, he claimed.
And while there, they decided to try and find a fast food restaurant to experience a world renowned delicacy – burger and chips.
The group, who all appear to speak almost perfect English, come across a restaurant in a massive hut, or teepee-like structure, serving several kinds of burgers.
Called the Kimte Restaurant Jambiani, the chief is offered vegetable burger, chicken burger, cheese burger and fish burger.
However, it is made clear that the “Maasai HATE fish,” so the winner was a beef cheese burger.
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It's also worth noting that for some reason, the chief, who is wearing traditional tribe attire, is walking around with a cane similar to an Irish shillelagh for some reason.
The group are then shown sitting at a table having “found a burger with a chipsy”.
Chief Kanaya explained: “Its a bread, meat in the middle and then we are gonna taste how it look like and give you an update.”
The group struggle to figure out how to eat the burgers properly, with items falling out at every bite.
One bloke says it's “yummy”, while another member makes satisfying noises.
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Another describes it as being “tamu sana,” which means “very tasty” in Maasai language, followed by asking “what we are eating?”.
Chief Kanaya adds: “I don't know why they don't have in Maasai Land things like this.
“You need a very big mouth to eat this – this mouth is not enough to eat this.
“I really liked the burger, it is really similar to cow heart.
“The chipsy was really cripsy (sic).”
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He then rated the restaurant a 9.2 out of 10, and said it was “yummy, yummy”.
Several notable Massai tribe members have made it into the mainstream world, such as the 800-metre running world record holder David Rudisha, and Edward Sokoine, the former Prime Minister of Tanzania.
It is thought that the tribute follow two religions, alongside the Maasai mythology – Christianity and Islam.
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