The Silhouette Challenge which first started on TikTok has been trending on social media with a number of people including some Ghanaian celebrities participating in it.
Although critics have spoken against it, others including some Ghanaians have created and uploaded their own interesting versions of the trend.
How it is done
The challenge requires an individual to pose in a doorway in a manner that the camera captures only a black silhouette of their body.
Then he or she flips from wearing nightwear to having nothing on while twisting and dancing in a dim-lit room with only a red luminescent bulb.
The video is often recorded to the sound of Paul Anka’s ‘Put your hand on my shoulder’, a song produced in the 1950s.
Below is a gospel musician and wife who have created their own version of the famous Silhouette Challenge
Ghanaian gospel musician, Nana Yaw Boakye-Yiadom, popularly known as MOG, and his wife uploaded a creative version of the silhouette challenge on social media.
Theirs was different from the ordinary as the couple was captured in the video holding a Bible and sharing God’s message instead of dancing in the red light.
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