Patapaa reveals real meaning of Sco Pa Tu Manaa word added to the British Dictionary (Video)

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Musician, Patapaa

Patapaa Amisty will make a special appearance on Joy Sports’ special transfer show, Joy Transfer Countdown on Thursday evening.

The highlife musician will be on the three-hour show to explain his SCO PA TU MANAA phrase which has been involved in this summer’s transfer window.

The phrase which comes from a verse Patapaa delivered on the viral song “Daavi Ne Ba” by Volta Region-based musician Kawoula Biov has been trending heavily on Twitter in the last three months and some European clubs have joined the fun.

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The clubs have used the phrase to welcome new players. Thomas Partey’s Atletico Madrid were the first to post a picture of their players with the caption Sco Pa Tu Manaa.

Then on Tuesday, French Ligue 1 side, Bordeaux unveiled their latest signing from Arsenal with the same caption.

Aside from the fun, the Joy Transfer Countdown will see top European and African journalist give viewers and listeners great insight into businesses done by clubs this window.

The Joy Sports Transfer countdown will air on Joy News channel (DStv 421), Joy 99.7 FM, and will stream on myjoyonline.com from 3 to 6 pm.

The show will be anchored by Gary Al-Smith and George Addo Jnr with support from other members of the Joy Sports team.

Join the conversation on social media with hashtag #JoyDeadlineDay

Watch video Below with Patapaa explaining the meaning of Sco Pa Tu Manaa added the British Dictionary:

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