Mzansi comedian, Trevor Gumbi, took to social media to share a glimpse of a brand new whip, a striking red Ferrari, with ribbon and all. But was it really his?
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International stand-up comedian, MC and actor, Trevor recently sold his 4x4 truck which he made quite good use off, helping people by carting their personal belongings from place to place and even those long distant drives.
Trevor hinted that he was gonna get something better, but none of his fans expected this. The comedian took to Instagram to share a glimpse of his brand new whip. It's a Ferrari baby.
Trevor wrote: "Sunday's might hit different now."
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Although Trevor's post did not receive the reaction it should have, many people were proud of the comedian.
But then Trevor changed his caption for his post and wrote: "Gosh ! You buy a red ribbon and all of a sudden people are sending messages of congratulations ?!?! Thanks, I guess,..."
Here are a few comments from Trevor's Instagram post:
2trillion: "I was about to say - “dude has a giant bow ... NEXT to a Ferrari” lol"
thaborametsi: "Joke of the year!!! Nice one @trevorgumbi"
tinash_a.n.a.s.h.e: " LOL Dead"
Did he or didn't he buy the new wheels?
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Meanwhile yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that life has not been easy for Trevor. After having gone through a tough divorce and having to deal with depression, it is inspiring to see how Trevor still manages to put on a brave face and make the nation laugh.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the Umlazi born comedian is tight with South African basketball player, Quintin Cedrick Denyssen.
Taking to social media, Gumbi shared a snap of him and Quintin in celebration of his homie's birthday. In true Trevor fashion, the comedian made a quirky comment, referring to Quintin’s basketball career as a ‘failed netball career’.
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