Worldwide the female sexual organ receives more nicknames than a person could ever have in their lifetime.
The origin of the word is a bit confusing since, on the one hand, it is found that the etymology comes from the Hawaiian as: celestial flower, which separately would be as follows:
- Pua, which means flower.
- Nani, which refers to something heavenly, resplendent and beautiful.
On the other hand, giving the same meaning but writing it differently, there is “Punany”, this word is said to be the misspelled translation of “Punani” and makes one believe that it is of Jamaican origin.
Admiral Bailey and his song “Gimmie Punany”
Undoubtedly, with this song by Admiral Bailey, during the 80s, the word “Punany” gained great notoriety. It should be noted that, when a song becomes really famous, it tends to leave some phrases or a word marked in the mind of each person.
Tekashi 6ix9ine and his song “Punani”
Since the young rapper was released from prison to carry out house arrest, social networks have been full of his name thanks to the last 4 songs he has released:
- Trollz (With Nicki Minaj)
The video clip “Punani” has a duration of one minute thirty-nine seconds, it was released on August 2, 2020 in the afternoon and by night it already had just over 10 million views on YouTube.
It is no secret to anyone that in rap, reggaeton and other musical genres they always make mention of the female reproductive system.
Perhaps some women are offended by it, however, we all get hooked by the catchy rhythms and in all the records what the DJ plays is danced.
Punani in the world
Finally, it should be mentioned that the female reproductive system tends to be nicknamed in infinite ways in every country and corner of the world and that this also applies to the male organ.