- Ghana's famous dancing pallbearers have sold their viral coffin dance video meme for $1 million in a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) auction
- The group had minted their 10-second video meme and auctioned it on NFT on April 7 before the historic procurement
- Dubai-based music production company 3F Music emerged tops in the bidding round on Saturday, April 9
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Dancing pallbearers from Ghana, who went viral in 2020, have sold their viral coffin dance video meme for $1 million in a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) auction.
Two years after, the group minted their 10-second meme and auctioned it on NFT on April 7.
Dubai-based music production company 3F Music emerged tops in the bidding round as it purchased the video meme for the amount on Saturday, April 9.
The historic procurement makes 3F Music the official owners of the viral Coffin Dance meme.
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Per a Joy News report, the amount places the meme among some of the most valuable NFTs to have crossed the million-dollar mark worldwide.
Reacting to the breakthrough
The leader of the pallbearers, Benjamin Aidoo, has lauded the Dubai-based music production company for winning the bid.
''Congratulations to the official owner of Coffin Dance world fame @3fmusic.
''We would like to say thank you to everyone who supported our NFT ...,'' he tweeted.
The pallbearers have pledged to donate 25 percent of the proceeds from the auction to Ukrainian charities to help lessen the hardship brought about by the ongoing war with Russia.
Watch their video below:
Ghanaian dancing pallbearers perform at Nana Agyei Sikapa's funeral
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the famous Ghanaian dancing pallbearers, now officially known as the Otafrij Dancing Pallbearers, performed at the funeral of Nana Agyei Sikapa.
Despite Media Journalist, Nana Agyei Sikapa who passed on in June 2020 following a long-term illness was given his last respect at a burial ceremony on Saturday, July 25, 2020.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com, the funeral was held at Achimota Mile 7, where sympathizers, loved ones, and family gathered for the final rites and internment.
Dr Cann: Mom of Late Happy FM Presenter Breaks Down in Tears at Son's One-week Observation
In a separate story, the family of the late Happy FM presenter Dr Cann has observed one week after his passing on Friday, March 25, 2022.
Born Francis Ebo Cann, the popular radio presenter, died after a short illness.
The moment Dr Cann's mom broke down in tears at the ongoing one-week celebration was captured on tape.
The grieving woman wore a black and white attire while other mourners were clad in all-black.
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