The Chronicles of my journey to Umuezegwu
The One Corner Dance
We've just finished dancing and spraying while the reception was going on during the final burial ceremony of my father in-law and we started to chill and chat.
The DJ on his side was busy rolling out songs one after the other as one woman in her 40s as well as her rasta husband from the community were digging it hard to the admiration and amusement of our guests. maternity and pregnant wedding dresses
Then the atmosphere changed all a sudden. People were behaving as if a spirit has possessed them or they were under the influence of alcohol.
The DJ had just rolled in one corner song from nowhere.
The lady mentioned earlier located one of the poles of a canopy and started..., a small girl grabbed a plastic chair and started ..., a young boy went for the floor and started...
... they were all jacking endlessly.
"What is th...?"
Before we could complete the statement, an unassuming young man dressed in blue native ran as if being pursued by a mad dog and jumped on a tree with concrete blocks stacked under it and started jacking.
As if that wasn't enough, he jumped down suddenly and ran towards our direction and went for the top of a stacked concrete blocks of about 8ft high and started again.
The owner of the blocks pursued him and pulled him down.
We all opened our mouth wide opened in astonishment.
This is crazy!
I've never seen anything like this in the name of dance.
If you know me, I love music and dancing right from break dance time in the 80s, but this one was beyond me.
This is the first time I'm seeing this act live.
I think it's weird, crazy and dirty!
What's your opinion about this dance and its effect on the mind in the society?
Should it be encouraged?
Is there any business lesson we learn from it?
Share your experience with us.