My African Ancestry DNA Revealed!





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Published on May 30, 2008

Check out this video from 2008 when I discovered my African ancestry through AfricanAncestry.com. I discovered that I am from the Bubi peoples of Equatorial Guinea and the Tikar, Hausa, and Fulani peoples of Cameroon. I have to thank the Pan African Film Festival of Los Angeles and my friend actor Isaiah Washington for paving the way for me to be ready and open to explore my African ancestry. Thank you. Now it's time to get my dual citizenship which I believe all African-Americans are entitled to at no cost given the history on how we came to be in American to begin with.

Comments • 284

Meeting Birth Father
You got me cracking up over here when you said Germany. LOL.. You're right about us having to pay to find out where we the heck we was kidnap from... Shoot, The Indian are getting what's due to them for most that was taken from them. Why are we paying for this info?? We are always paying for something! When will it end?
I don't know it this help, but Congratulations to you !!! I was born in Cameroon and most people from Cameroon are friendly. Now living in the US as engineer, I was welcomed by sisters like you. Who knows if their DNA was from Cameroon too! If so, then 400 years did not change God's plan and we were suppose to meet.
Linda Wood
I have been smiling for weeks now...100% match with the Bubi people!
i'm African and even before she had said anything, i knew she was from Guinea. i swear to God. i know a gril in the African community in the city where i live, who is from Guinea, she speaks Spanish and looks exactly like her, i knew even before she had said so. those results are so true. i'm very surprised, literally. and what is weird is that the girl i'm talking about is from a region that is between Cameroon and Equatorial Guine and the African language that she speaks is also spoken or understood by Cameroonian because they share some culture or stuff in common. that really impresses me, really
Daniella Bks
This video made me smile! did you go to Cameroon yet?
tikar ,hausa ,fulani and bubi ,eq guinea and cameroun. nice
AhaYAH Bepraised
More fulani hausa dna on the mtdna side seems like the slavers really liked fulani hausa females as slaves.
How about the fact that all people are descents of one African woman? Those "non-Africans" has their ancestor mother named L3, while in Africa there are seven others. Europeans, Australians, Asians and Native Americans are just one African branch.
Cha Anebe
such a blessing from Thee Most High and Creator of mankind. HE, has heard the crys of a stolen people by centuries of wicked evil hearts of men; who has had a hand in it. this thing called slavery; the *selling of human beings to other inhumane beings. He, has given man the tools along with the wisdom and knoweledge, of modern means to to clear up this [hurrific sin] injust, injury by man onto man. dying murdered abuse ancestors who feared future generation children birth past to present of this hurrific abuse of a mass number of people dehumanize, was recently given a [key] to re-enter into knowing their true selfves; that has been unrighteously, taken from them. for thee negative commentors, remain unknowing; for the ones with knoweledge given to- NOT BY SELF, but from a DEVINE power; MANKIND HAS NO MATCH TO- keep embracing your blessed given knoweledge to know- what you were given to know; and *trust, man DID NOT HAVE A HAND IN YOUR KNOWING. he was *only directed by the Most High God Almighty in your knowing; HE, God Almighty directed [present day men] with tools and knoweledge to clear up this historical MESS.
the city you leave in is more bigger than Equatorial Guinee   and people there came from Cameroon for the most. they are also Fang  people also found in northern Congo and Gabon.
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