- A VW and Taxi took the wind out of the sails of luxury cars speeding along the highway in a video posted on Twitter
- The cars appear to keep up without any effort as the sports cars roar past
- Social media users couldn't hold the jokes back as peeps flooded the comments section reacting to the video
Social media users poked fun at a video uploaded to Twitter showing luxury sports cars shooting along the highway, their throaty engines roaring as the speed past.
However, the effect is somewhat underwhelming as a VW and Taxi follow hot on their heels, apparently keeping up with ease.
The jokes flooded the comments section at what was supposed to be a flex turns into a drag and not the racing kind.
Here are some comments poking fun at the video:
"And the funny is that the Quantum at the end is trying to overtake those that came before it."
"Hahaha... Those two could not be left behind."
"I don’t if it’s me or not but I have to commend the Polo and Quantum, those are serious balls of steel! This is beautiful to see."
"Haters will hate, lol VW Polo is there regardless... POLO IS LIFE Rolling on the floor."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that it seems all may not be well in Khanyi Mbau-land after reports have suggested that the media personality owes the bank some money. It has been alleged that she has been failing to keep up with payments of her two luxury cars and they have now been repossessed.
The City Press reported that the celeb failed to respond to court papers confirming the cancellation of the instalment sale agreement of a 2015 Porsche 912 Carrera and a 2014 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG.
The Sunday World had initially broken the story a month ago, but Mbau denied ever receiving the court papers when she was questioned by the publication.
In other news, Kelly Khumalo is about to lose her luxurious 2011 Porsche Cayenne Tiptronic if Nedbank has its way. The singer's vehicle will reportedly get repossessed by Nedbank after sis failed to keep up with monthly instalments.
The Empini hitmaker is reportedly facing arrears fees of R62 000. The stunner bought the car in March 2017 through the bank's loan of a whopping R500 000.
She was required to pay a fee of just under R10 000 monthly up until 2023 but she has seemingly failed to do so. Motor Finance Corporation has filed papers with the Johannesburg High Court for a default judgement against the musician.
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Source: Briefly News