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      Waistbeads stem from various areas of the diaspora from Ghana, Nigeria’s Yoruba tribe and many in between. Although trendy, African women have traditionally worn these beads as a symbol of femininity and prosperity for centuries. The history of waist beads can be traced back as early as the 15th century. That’s why the meanings of waistbeads colors can vary between cultures and tribes.