Meet the US based Kenyan girl whose speech at grandpa's burial went viral
A Kenyan woman residing in the US identified as Lilian Gaynor left social media in stitches due to her accent during her grandfather’s burial.
She was narrating how she was taught to bid her loved one’s farewell.
What caught the attention of many is the heavy accent, Lilian spoke with.
Lilian who is a fitness enthusiast and a mother of two had visited to bid farewell to her grandfather.
Speaking during the burial a composed Lilian, told the crowd of how confused she was when her uncle told her she had to add a little spice and drama when she entered her ancestral home.
According to her uncle, Japeth, she had to wail once she arrived at her kin’s home.
Apparently, walking without a string of tears rolling down her face was not a perfect look for a true Luo who had lost a relative.
“I wanted to pay my last respects to my grandfather and my uncle Japheth told me whenever I reach the homestead I cannot just get out of the car and walk to the house. He said I have to cry on the way to the homestead,”
She then went on to show the crowd how she was taught to mourn by her uncle.
Well, we got a few photos of her and her husband and we must admit she is looking fly for a mother of two.
Check out the burial video below