People have lost their humanity all because of drugs and alcohol. A video has caused a stir on social media after being shared. On the video two ladies from Hammaskraal are seem on the video singing Amapiano songs while their legs are placed on top of a casket.
It is alleged that they were heading to lay one of their boyfriends for his last resting. The video left people talking as they could not understand what really causes such disrespect to happen publicly. Worse being shared on social media platforms. People asked were are the elders of the deceased.
The answer from comments section was simple, people to go the city to work and lie to their mates about their whereabouts. When they pass away in the city the community bury the like flies. Which is what has been trending in Gauteng. People love for today without caring about who days what at what time.
On the video ladies are heard insulting the deceased, calling his middle name without minding the driver of the hearse.
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