•In the past, it was considered almost taboo to twerk at a gravesite but that is now a thing of the past.

Anne Kansiime
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Dancing around the gravesite after laying a loved one to rest seems to be the newest way to say goodbye.

Back in the day, such things were unheard of but the millennials and generation Xers has proven that the word impossible does not exist in their dictionary.

Over the weekend, a video of young people dancing around a gravesite has gone viral mainly for two reasons.

The song they are singing and the energy they are singing it with.

In the past, it was considered almost taboo to twerk at a gravesite but that is now a thing of the past.

Funerals have also revolutionized in the sense that people no longer wear black and white as it has always been the custom.

People have embraced brighter colours. 

The dancing trend was also noted during the burial of Anne Kansiime's mother.

The family caught many by surprise after they were caught singing around the coffin.

Many had thought they would be engulfed with sorrow instead they chose to celebrate a life well-lived.

Do you think it's OK to dance around the grave especially to secular songs such as Wamlambez?

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