- @PabiieR is one of many unfortunate souls who experienced the fender bender rite of passage and took to Twitter for some emotional release
- She thanked God she was uninjured but couldn't say the same for her poor little Picanto after a a smashed-up left side
- Parbiie's followers offered support and assured her this is a normal occurrence on Mzansi's roads and she should not be scared to drive
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Twitter user and skincare enthusiast, @PabiieR, has experienced something that most Mzansi drivers encounter - the classic fender bender! She took to Twitter to release some emotion and thank God she wasn't seriously injured.
She shared an image of her Kia Picanto slightly damaged on the left side. But as far as road accidents go, Parbiie had a minor experience and she is lucky it wasn't too hectic.
Take a look at the post:
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Her Twitter followers came out to reassure and support her during her ordeal.
"Stay safe hle."
"May the Lord God give you strength and power."
"You are blessed."
"You are just bitten, you will recover."
"Thank God you're still fine."
"Ke morning traffic."
Mzansi reacts to Boity Thulo’s video of woman botching parallel parking
In another car-related story, Briefly News previously reported on South African media personality Boitumelo ‘Boity’ Thulo sharing a video of a woman struggling to park.
The woman wants to park her vehicle as the clip suggests, but doesn't get it right and after a number of attempts, she manages to park but with the help of another driver.
Captioned "No ways, man!!!!", the video has attracted plenty of comments from Thulo’s followers. Some of the media guru’s fans believe the struggle to park the vehicle is a result of 'buying' a driver’s licence, implying that having a licence doesn't make one a good driver.
The popular South African television personality, rapper, actress, businesswoman, and model’s recent post continues to attract reactions from Mzansi social networkers.
“But at least she was showing her how it's done the hard way. Next time she won't be the one parked there.”
“This is good. She was motivating her, it would have been too easy if she moved her car lol.”
“Sue needed to learn how to parallel park and she did. No one is going to come to move their car to make it easy for you.”