- The iconic Titanic scene when Jack sank, leaving Rose on a floating wooden plank, has been remade by a Ghanaian duo
- The video depicted the gentleman in a swimming pool while a lady was lying on the edge when the young man sank slowing
- Social media users, who were reminded of the scene from the original movie, could not resist the temptation to share their thoughts
Social media is abuzz over a viral video showing the sad but romantic scene from Titanic remade by a Ghanaian man and a lady.
As lovers of Titanic would recall from the latter part of the movie, Jack had to sacrifice himself by staying in the freezing-cold water to enable Rose to stay afloat on a wooden platform.
At a point, Rose let go of Jack's body, which sank slowly into the deep ocean. This was the scene portrayed in the video that is already getting millions of views and reactions.
Although the Ghanaian version was done in a swimming pool, it clearly brought back the emotions that were packed in the original movie.
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YEN.com.gh dug into some of the exciting and hilarious reactions that trailed the video on Instagram. Check out some of the comments compiled below:
Meyamu koraa ashi me
Your mind nor good o ei momo pin paa? Atear
Was sad today but this made me lafff tnksss❤️
My gender and money de3...even God Himself doesn't understand
Click here to watch the video.
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As YEN.com.gh also reported, celebrities including Jesse Tyler Ferguson from Modern Family, musician Gwen Stefani, and Robert Pattinson, the current Batman, have owned Leonardo DiCaprio's $7 million property.
The mansion was purchased by the Titanic actor for his mother. There are four bedrooms and six bathrooms on the property.
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On their campus's Bibini River, which is surrounded by greenery, some students were seen unwinding in chairs.
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