No fewer than two persons have been reported dead while dancing the viral ‘One Corner’ dance on a motorbike. The duo, Kwabena Fante, 17, and Nyarko Abronoma, 15, who had no crash helmet on, were said to have met their untimely death at Ntotroso, a mining town in the Asutifi North District of Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana. Two die while dancing ‘One Corner’.
According to GNA, the accident occurred around midnight on Tuesday, when the deceased were on the motorbike dancing to the tune. They reportedly collided with another person who was skidding off the road and crashed into a structure.
Two die while dancing ‘One Corner’
Reports say the trio had gone on a drinking spree and was returning when the unfortunate incident happened.
An eyewitness said the motor rider was speeding in a sharp curve while dancing. He added that although the manner in which the victims were ‘displaying’ on the motorbike attracted public caution, they defied all warnings.
Meanwhile, the bodies of have since been deposited at the St. Elizabeth Catholic Hospital mortuary at Hwidiem in the Asutifi South District.
The third person on the motorbike, Collins Krukyi, also aged 17, is in a critical condition at the same hospital.
Now, do you believe this ‘One Corner’ thingy is spiritual? I mean, who does that? Dancing on a moving bike?
If you are in Africa, you must have seen or heard of the new dance craze ‘One Corner’. The One Corner song is powered by merriment dance, which is hilarious in its notion. It is a sexualized dance movement in the sense that you move your waist in a sexual form. Obviously, the youths are already drowning in the ocean of ignorance and have thrown caution to the wind when it comes to ‘dancing.’
Patapaa’s ‘One Corner’, is currently the biggest song in Ghana. The dance craze has seen people go gaga by either perching on whatever object is before them, go under cars, chairs or whatever while others isolate themselves on the ground to do a wild gyrating move. The ‘One Corner’ dance craze has transcended the borders of Ghana and it is currently the hottest thing in Nigeria.