Have you ever heard of African American Vernacular English? If so, you might be familiar with this kind of speech. AAVE is also known as Black English or vulgarly Ebonics. The latter is a portmanteau of the words EBONY and PHONICS.
That’s the most beautiful English I’ve ever heard in my life. I love African American Vernacular English and she speaks it fluently. She might not even know there is a science called Sociolinguistics and another called Dialectology in which people study Black English Vernacular and other kinds of English. So before you criticize her speaking skills, go get further information on language!
This is what she has said: “Well, I woke up to get me a cold pop, and den I thought somebody wuz barbecuin’. I said: Oh Lord Jesus! It’s a fire. Then I ran out, I didn’t grab no shoes or nu’in’ Jesus, I ran fo’ ma life! And den a smoke got me, I got bronchitis, ain’t nobody got time fa’ dat.”