PR is necessary — it is the only one thing that can make or mar a food’s reputation. And this is such a time where people can carry on a food slander without actually tasting the food itself. So, these foods need to do better if they don’t want to be wiped out of existence or become culinary pariahs.
The PR for this one is a cross between good and bad. Half the time, you see people who argue that it is the best thing and some others who fight for it to be cancelled. Girl, rise and defend yourself.
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This one has good PR. But the wooden bowl they serve it in is a scam. It better change its game before the secret is discovered.
This one is hiding under amala and ewedu to feel good. Weyrey dey disguise. Something that people will soon start abandoning when they see that it is a dependent soup.
This sweetheart is not blowing its trumpet hard enough and it’s upsetting me and my homegurls.
Personally, I love Bounty. I like how it is one thing on the outside and another thing on the inside. But the chocolate itself needs to hire itself a good PR manager so I don’t have to keep hiding my face when they ask Bounty eaters to come out.
This one’s reputation is in the trash already. It will take a miracle to revive it. Here’s our interview with it: Interview With Semo: “My Slander Is So Forced”
There’s very little that is known about this Ondo delicacy and I don’t like how this information is being withheld from the public. I tried pupuru once and my life was never the same.
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