- A fleet of over 20 supercars descended on a local petrol station and left onlookers stunned
- The deep reverberation of their engines was heard clearly in the video as the cars sped off down William Nicol Drive in Johannesburg
- Social media users commented on the display of wealth and whether it was appropriate given the current economic climate
A fleet of supercars descended on a local petrol stationin Joburg and caused quite a scene. The cars were filmed and when the video was posted it soon went viral. The BP garage on William Nicol in Johannesburg has become famous for the scene in which over 20 supercars made their presence known.
The deep reverberation of their engines can be heard on the video as they speed down the road, leaving the onlookers stunned at the rare scene.
@Jer1dah shared the video on Twitter. She mistakenly called the BP garage an Engen.
Here are some reactions to the amazing incident:
"An obscene display of wealth. It is very insensitive considering the number of people that have lost their jobs and the number of people living in poverty."
"Ah come on, they drive to enjoy the vehicles, we who do not own such vehicles will say it's an obscene display of wealth, but is it really? I drive AMG, bought it for the love of the machine."
"We get so happy seeing one Lamborghini in Pietermaritzburg, imagine those people on William Nicol got to see so many with different colours and makes."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that when people fantasise about their wedding day, hardly anyone ever envisions themselves running helplessly down the street in their wedding gown.
This appears to be the reality of a certain woman who was captured on camera running down a street dressed like a bride.
A video shared to @mediagist's Instagram page, shows the woman in a white dress running along a busy road while shouting, "I go talk, I go talk!"
In other news, Prince Kaybee has asked Mzansi to help him find a man whose video was shared on social media. In the footage, the man can be seen leading a choir in song. The music producer said that he wished to work with him in his upcoming album.
He took to Twitter and Instagram to appeal to his followers to help him find the guy.
Previously, his rival DJ Maphorisa had taken to social media to find someone in a viral video and featured him in a song. Some social media users thought Prince Kaybee was just copying that.
His post read:
"This has to be an intro on my album. I need to find this guy. If you have information about him hala at the boy please”.
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