Ancestry DNA test for Fulani of West Africa (SHOCKING RESULTS)

Ancestry DNA test for Fulani of West Africa (SHOCKING RESULTS)



Hey guys, this video showcases the results of my ancestry DNA test. Turns out I’m way less Guinean than I expected..lol. I went ahead and ordered the DNA kit from 23 and me just to be able to compare the resuts and have more clarity.

Skip to 3:55 for results

Skip to 8:45 for newer findings , more details and for visuals of the actual results.

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  1. I am from U.S. but my mother's side DNA is Fula from Guinea-Bissau. Now I see where I get my looks from haha

  2. Most people seem to have a small amount of Jewish in there blood is that real or been messed with . Everyone is mixed if you go back far enough when all the continents where joined together .Then biologically and physically changed due to the environments they were born into over a long time. Then with boats ships aircraft there has been a tremendous mix of blood and genes in a relative short time in history.When a white man and a black women embrace or other way round they are time traveling meeting in the middle.Meeting after so long.

  3. Fulanis are travelers

  4. The fulani's are nomadic tribe's in Africa n also in Lebanon ur results on Mali is correct because they are fulani's in Mali ur DNA that identified Jews from eastern part of Russian called Georgia are called conversos they converted into Jewdazim eight century ago and their leaders name is king Bulan he saw that his citizens were going astral he invited the three major organized religion's leaders Catholic's, Moslems n jewsdalism to understand their philosophy of their beliefs then after giving it serious thought he concluded to choose Jewsdizm n his citizens concerted into Jewdazim eight century ago they are called Ashkenazi Jews n were involved in the slave trades the wicked sailors gave ur ancestors some serious turned up by raping them .Welcome home to the great tribe's u look like my sister's but we're families shalom.

  5. Tahnn Ju says:

    You sound Jamaican or Caribbean…. lol

  6. Fulani's are merchant of Slavery in Olden days, They sold Ibo's into slavery. Very wicked tribe up to this time, they will hijacked position in Presidential Seat in Nigerian. Please begged your People to let us go, we are they children of YAH.

  7. People in Africa migrated a lot, this is just based on the samples that they managed to collect….

  8. Forget about African countries, they are just modern creation

  9. Sry but Mali & Guinea are not the same ppl. Tshiip and your shithole country is not better than Mali

  10. Mamzo Barry, the Senegal and Mali regions really define you as a Guinean. Fulas in those regions share DNA.

  11. Nice video! I'm Cameroonian and did 23andme with updated results. The videos on my page!

  12. I'm African-American and I recieved 12% Mali and 3% Senegal. Also I'd like to find you on ancestry, what's your surname.

  13. She did not say which Guinea she is from, but i think she speak like Equatorial Guinea with Spanish

  14. The Fulani ethnogenesis began in Senegal, as a result of the Moroccan Berber Arabs intermarrying with the black Sub-Saharan Serer, following thenceforth the Fulani expanding across the western Sahel, and the northerly halves of several West African countries. It’s obvious you have a lot of relatives remaining in Senegal, who remained from several generations a go prior branching out throughout the rest of the western Sahel. I wouldn’t think much of it. Mali, Senegal, and Guinea are all right together, as you know or saw on the Ancestry DNA map your Guinean dna is encompassed in the Malian ethnicity estimate. Plus a portion of the Senegalese ethnicity estimate on their map encompasses Guinea Bissau, touching the Guinean border, and if you have Northwestern Fulani kin their dna would definitely be close to Guinea Bissauans.

  15. NOPE…!!! you are not from my Country: Senegal

  16. You sound jamaican lol

  17. Naamy1989 says:

    Please upload your DNA results to GEDmatch- it breaks the results even further, going as far as identifying your tribe. Thanks and oh, this was interesting.

  18. complete false for any Black person, they always trying to lie about our DNA

  19. I'm from Qatar Duha an Arab i love Fulaani girl to married Oooo please call me on Whatsapp +97466714008

  20. BEAUTIFUL RESULTS:

    92% AFRICA:
    48% Senegal
    27% Mali
    16% Africa North
    1% Benin/Togo

    4% EUROPE:
    3% Iberian Peninsula
    1% European Jewish

    4% ASIA:
    4% MIiddle East

  21. Hicham says:

    These tests are a scam. North Africans are not Arabic speakers btw they speak Tamazight

  22. Lol this was so unnecessary, why if you already know you're Fulbe (please not fulani,hausa named us), were you expecting to get 'arab, white, Indian as some ignorant Fulbe claim to be because they won't accept that We are NOMADS FROM SAHEL(proudly brought Islam in west Africa, caliphate), proudly AFRICAN.
    These companies are scam, they use people DNA(just search "what DNA companies use it for"). So you make an "Ancestry" test and all you get is that your ancestors are from (colonialist named countries that only exist 50years ago. Plus this DnA thing is useless if it can tell the Ethnic groups & tribes to help Afrocarribean, AfricanAmericans, Afrolatinos know which & how many ethnic groups they're from.

  23. N. W. Dood says:

    These tests are a scam, lady. You just gave away your DNA to a large corporation and they can do as they want with it.

  24. Kadi Kadi says:

    My father is a Guinean Fulani and my mother is a Sierra Leonean whose family migrated from Mali (madinka) my result was: Senegal: 44% Ghana/Ivory: Coast 29% Mali: 10% Africa North: 6% South Eastern Bantu 7% Iberian peninsula: 2% Togo/Benin 1% Nigeria: 1%
    My father would probably have a similar mix to yours

  25. Long Lance says:

    According to everything I've read your results are in line with nearly everything I've read. My 15% African(I'm Native American) got me 3 matches from Nigeria's(Kaduna(?) and a place called Kano), and every last one of them has a similar makeup to yours. That made me question why, so I started doing some research, and your results pretty much confirm it. There are two other Fulani results on Youtube also…

    "Origins and Spread
    The early origin of Fulani People is most fascinating and deepened in mystery with widely divergent opinions. Many scholars believe that they are of Judaeo-Syrian origin. However, it is generally recognized that Fulani descended from nomads from both North Africa and from sub-Sahara Africa. They came from the Middle-East and North Africa and settled into Central and West Africa from the Senegal region they created the Tekruur Empire which was contemporary to the Ghana Empire. Then, they spread in all the countries in West-Africa, continuing to lead their nomadic life style. They created here and there mixed states where they sometimes were the dominant group. But more often, they were absorbed by the indigenous population whom they had dominated."
    https://www.modernghana.com/news/349849/1/who-are-the-fulani-people-their-origins.html

    The guy on my match list is a medical doctor in the USA(he immigrated from Kano) tells me that there are many people who are called Fulani, but are adopted into the ethnicity, not TRUE ethnic Fulani/Fulbe.
    Also, Fonte Felipe who is an African genetic blogger from Cape Verde has a page where he goes into deep discussion about the Fulani, and he also has a few DNA results from Fulani…

    "The Hausa/Fulani are often mentioned combined as being the biggest ethnic group in northern Nigeria. It is therefore very illuminating to compare this single northern Nigerian result with the southern Nigerian results posted above. Most striking difference seems to be the (near) absence of “Cameroon/Congo” and “Benin/Togo” regions, and instead the noticeable presence of especially “Senegal” and also “Africa North” and “Middle East”. To hark back at the theme of frequent inter-ethnic unions within Nigeria. The Hausa/Fulani themselves are an excellent illustration of this phenomenon as they represent a fairly recent fusion of two distinct ethnic groups. Aside from widespread intermarriage also characterized by language adoption (Hausa becoming the preferred first language) and cultural amalgation. Even when apparently despite much common ground many Hausa and Fulani do choose to maintain separate identities as well or atleast are aware of their previous lineage."
    https://tracingafricanroots.wordpress.com/ancestrydna/african-results/nigerian-results/

  26. North Africans are not originally Arab, their originally Amazigh and Coptic. So consider the North African as African not really Arab genetically

  27. most people who are fulani have a high percent of Senegalese dna because that’s were fulanis first settled & then spread throught out west africa. Like I’m Fulani & was born in Senegal so my dna break down was 74% Senegal, 13% Mali & 9% North African but it dint have any Middle East dna. I did it through AncestryDNA. You can also down your raw dna data and put it in my heritage, dna land & gedmatch

  28. sukie584 says:

    About the Ashkenazi Jewish, their DNA is very close to middle east DNA but they were a very closed group with regard to intermarrying outside of Judaism in Europe
    so they are able to actually test for that. Sephardic Jewish DNA comes back as middle eastern so it is possible that you had a 4x great grandparent who was Jewish.

  29. Keen Rays says:

    I got 41% Africa SouthEastern Bantu, 38% Nigerian, 5% Mali, 2% Benin/Togo, 2% Cameroon/Congo, 2% Senegal, <1% Ivory Coast/ Ghana, 3% European Jewish, 2% Great Britain, <1% Europe West, 1% North African, 1% Caucasus, and <1% Melanesia

  30. You should download your DNA and upload it and get your haplogroup

  31. Why don't you want to be from Mali what's wrong with it being high LOL

  32. Hey I want to hear you talk about the Fulani culture and history on your channel not too many people that do on YouTube

  33. I'm from America but through my DNA I come from the Fulani people

  34. simplyH84 says:

    Hey, be sure to check your DNA matches, on AncestryDNA. You may have African American cousins, whose ancestors came from your family, during the TransAtlantic Slave Trade.

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