They want to dance in funeral of Ronaldinho, Maradona and Messi
Published: 12:40 AM, 11 May 2020 Updated: 12:41 AM, 11 May 2020
Anyone who sees these guys of the picture should know. They are world-famous today over the internet. During the funeral procession in Ghana of people, the group dance with the coffin on their shoulders and gave joy to everyone. This group called Dancing Pallbearers shared a special desire. They want to dance at the funeral of world-famous football stars Messi, Ronaldinho, and Maradona.
Recently, Benjamin Aidoo, the founder and head of the Dancing Pallbearers team, was confronted by the famous French football magazine Foot Mercato. This Ghanaian citizen has talked about himself about their dreams there.
In the interview, Aidoo introduced himself as a big football fan and mentioned as Barcelona his favorite club. Consequently, Foot Mercato asked him, “Which player would you like to accompany to his grave?”
“I wish them a long life, of course, but if I had that chance, I dream of driving Ronaldinho to his last home. Then Maradona and finally Messi. Ronaldinho is a player who has always impressed me. It would be a tribute from the dancer that I follow to the dancer that he was on the field,” he replied with a laugh.
He said he would be so happy if any footballers celebrate the goal following their “Coffin Dance” style
In another question about whether Neymar should return Barcelona, Aidoo replied in affirmative adding “Without him, Lionel Messi looks sad.”
Regarding his thoughts about the business, he said, “I am motivated to develop my business. At the end of the pandemic, I will establish contacts in different countries, and branches will be opened there.”
Aidoo’s group becomes world-famous at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic with the Coffin Dance, videos of frenzied coffin on the shoulder dances through memes on social networks
Having become a pallbearer to pay for his studies 18 years ago, Benjamin Aidoo ended up creating Nana Otafrija * Pallbearing & Waiting Services in Accra, capital of Ghana, in 2007, with the idea of celebrating the life and spread joy during funeral ceremonies.