One week ago, controversial actress Afia Schwarzenegger aka Fufufunu announced the devastating passing of her father.
The news was received with sadness regardless of the troubles Ghanaians have suffered because of Fufufunu’s unbending public posturing.
Shockingly, the demise of her father has sent the self-acclaimed award-winning comedienne into ghost mode as she shows Ghanaians more of her solemn side.
On Wednesday, 26th January 2022, Fufufunu put together a befitting one-week ceremony for all friends and sympathizers to commiserate with her.
Among a tall list of popular Ghanaians known to take advantage of every opportunity to stay in the spotlight were names like Prophet Nigel Gaisie, Tracey Boakye, Diamond Appiah, Nana Agradaa and so many others.
The highlights of the event were very attention-worthy; however, it is Nana Agradaa’s deliberate intention to compete with the dead for attention that has us taken aback.
It is no news that Ghanaians love funerals, but it becomes a tad bit much when it is overdone in a very annoying style.
Celebrating the dead is an opportunity for the living to reflect on their lives and take account of their lives during and after death.
For people like Nana Agradaa, it is an opportunity to dress up, slap makeup on and dance while everyone else watches.
Watch the video below.