- A clip of a man drifting in his Toyota Corolla and causing an accident has been shared online
- In the clip, a crowd watches disapprovingly has the man menacingly spins and drifts his car before scraping the bumper of a stationary car nearby
- Mzansi was soon in the comment section of the post sharing their thoughts. Many of them laughed at the unfortunate mishap
Its festive season in Mzansi and of course many people are going balls to the wall and downright acting a fool. One Mzansi driver proved this to be the case after spinning and drag racing his Toyota Corolla recklessly.
In the hilarious yet somehow tragic clip, the car can be seen doing drags and speeding as spectators watch in disbelief and disappointment. Before long the car scrapes past a stationary Toyota Run X, almost completely removing the car's front bumper.
Meanwhile in the background shook bystanders firstly stay quiet after the initial surprise of the accident, thereafter, they all can be heard basically saying I told you so in an unknown African language.
Meanwhile, South Africans were also left criticizing the driver in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below.
"Well the road is clear wet so it was gonna be difficult to control the slide of the car."
"Bro, he wanna do the impossible.. spin kaCorolla what is he thinking?"
"You can tell he didn't approve of the spinning from the start nje."
"Very something happen to my car last ko alexander motho a spana Toyota Tazz ge a fetsa a re sorry"
In similar Briefly.co.za news reports, Samuel, a young man identified on Twitter as Ghana Kanye with the handle @sonofsamuel_ has caused a massive stir on Twitter with his recent declaration on social media.
In the funny post sighted by Briefly.co.za on Kanye's handle, he shared a photo of his beautiful girlfriend and added the caption,
"No man can take you away from me, babe."
Thousands of people have been reacting to the post with many people saying that the gentleman seems to be biting more than he can chew.
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