Man says Ghana must sue foreigners for making ‘fake’ pallbearing video

Man says Ghana must sue foreigners for making ‘fake’ pallbearing video

- A group of foreigners have come out with their own version of the viral Ghanaian pallbearers' video

- The men imitated the steps, moves and sequence of the original group

- A gentleman has called on the Ghanaians to take on the foreign group in a lawsuit

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A group of foreigners has come out with their own version of the viral Ghanaian pallbearers in a video that's beginning to go viral.

A video released on Facebook shows the men imitating the Ghanaians to the mark, as they portrayed the exact moves and steps in the same sequence.

Briefly.co.za gathered that it is clear that the video of the foreigners is beginning to gain traction and has started being used in many funeral memes around the globe as it was even used in an ad by a company as seen in the cited footage.

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Perhaps the main difference would be that the foreigners did not use an actual casket in their video.

In addition, the footage was taken without any actual funeral gathering or procession, unlike what has been seen in the videos of the original pallbearers.

Many people have been reacting to the video including a gentleman named Meek Vilis who has called on the Ghanaian group to sue these foreigners:

Samuel Kwasi Ahli quickly refuted the call for a suit with a hilarious analogy:

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It remains unclear whether the foreign pallbearers obtained permission from the Ghanaians or not.

Meanwhile, the leader of the Ghanaian group of pallbearers who have become a worldwide sensation on social media in many funeral memes has spoken about the group's motivation.

Benjamin Aidoo was interviewed by the BBC in which it was revealed that the group has about 100 employees who work under Benjamin.

According to Benjamin, the group gets clients from different locations requesting for their performance at the funerals of their beloved relatives.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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