Today's youngster's ways of doing things are quite different to their father's lifestyles but also the languages they use are so dissimilar to the extent that they are not uniform at a certain point especially when compared to how both age groups communicate with their fellow agemate.
Teens like their fellow youths and millennials around the world use their distinct ways of communicating with their particular fellows which are commonly manifested through the slang they use on daily basis.
There are most spoken Kinyarwanda slangs or colloquial terminologies that are becoming more and more spoken and mostly utilized in informal communications.
Actually, the jargon are popularized by the youth, and some have a connoting source related to the COVID-19 and hopelessness in itself;
This humorous slang which translated as "No expectation for marriage" came so popular with exacerbations of the youths using Twitter at the beginning of 2020 and early 2021 at the time when multiple marriages were suspended as a measure to contain the spread of the COVID-19.
Translated as "Burning off" is a word that goes with the adverb "Gutwika" meaning to burn. This word was also popular and trended on Twitter because of its meaning that is used when someone has attracted attention either on social media or a multitude of people.
Meaning "Let's go and burn" is also used when someone wants to reveal to go somewhere and attend a party or a show with other youngsters or people.
Translated as "Let's go down" colloquially used when a speaker meant to go somewhere and leave the current location.
Nta Jana or "No hundred" is a word also a word that trended during 2020 when the youngsters tried to mean the lack of money.
Hejuru Hejuru Cyane ( Up Up Above)
This is a slangy and 'exaggerated word' that youngsters use when trying to communicate the climax or level of things.
This is an informal word meaning to "Jump off", also trending among the youngsters used when they want to refer to a sudden loss of something expected to be owned.