I don't know why some people will do some things that I they are abnormal. How will you do a pre-burial photo of yourself and you are smiling. Are you wishing yourself death or what because I don't know why people do whatever they wish to do on social media without not minding it's implications. If she dies now, people will be saying lady who share pre-burial photos is dead We all know that people do pre-photos. People do pre-wedding photoshoots, pre-baby photoshoots and others but pre-burial photo is not worth it.
This unidentified lady took to social media to share the photos of her in a coffin and funny enough, she was seen smiling in those photos. See the photos below:
People who saw this on social media supported her. Some said she might be passing through a sickness that might claim her life while some abused her. See comments below:
What can you say about what the lady did. Is it worth it for her to do a pre-burial photo of herself?
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