A young Ghanaian man and woman probably between the ages of 19 and 27 have been recorded on camera doing something in public and many social media users after coming across this video couldn't keep mute over it. One cannot tell the occasion, however, most of the people at the event are wearing black and red attire, meaning this gathering could be a funeral ground.
And funerals celebration are supposed to be a sad event and not merry-making, however, some young men and women were seen dancing happily at this funeral ground. Watching the screenshots from the video in this article, you can see that a young man is happily grinding a lady as if they are at a party.
The lady was seen bending down at the field as the guy was busily winding his waist. At a point in time, the guy almost got the lady undress with the way he was winding his waist. Some Ghanaians after coming across this said that Ghanaians are abusing the meaning of funeral these days. Instead of mourning and giving respect to the dead, look at what they are doing.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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