In what socialite Zari Hassan thought would be eulogy, Ugandans have found mockery.
Shortly after sharing a photo of herself at Ivan Semwanga’s grave in Nakaliro, Kayunga District, Ugandans fans have turned guns to her head, accusing her of “excessive need for attention.”
A section of online users have mocked, attacked and abused her for “seeking attention in a wrong manner.”
“Her Instagram caption will b like
#lifeinuganda #RipDon #slayingonthe #grave ##hairbylulu #dressedbybikozebitya #ghostbehindcamera,” said Ann Hanie, a Facebook user.
Sean Wage, also a Facebook follower wrote and said : “You looking for attention, go back to Diamond. Tulibakowu.”
“Grave slayer,” Aisha Nyangoma commented.
Nelly Kamwenu, an Instagram follower told Zari that “Now honestly right here what you doing is not right, you can take pics all you want but to sit on top is wrong kabisa, no clue if you Muslim or Christian but it’s wrong.”
These and many more other comments have since littered both her Instagram and Facebook pages.