"I respect you mother."
Shikamoo in informal Persian means a gobbler or someone who likes to eat a lot :D
Shikamoo is a formal greeting for someone older than you. It's like saying: "How are you?" But it's literal translation is "I respect you." Adding in "mimi" and "wewe" would be redudant (and also not proper grammar, but that's besides that point, I think).
It's supposed to be mimi heshima wewe mama.A native speaker told me that.The translation that they gave was racist to me and other Kenyans.