- South African actress Siphesihle Ndaba recently shared an experience she had with an Uber driver and not even one person could say the same thing had ever happened to them
- According to the Gomora star, the driver said he was too tired to drive her to the destination
- Ndaba ended up having to drive herself in a hilarious turn of everts
Gomora actress Siphesihle Ndaba recently took to social media to share a hilarious experience she had with an Uber driver while in Durban, a rather laid-back city.
The actress, who plays MaZet on the hit show, revealed that a driver once asked her to drive herself to her destination. The driver explained that he was too tired to drive and insisted Ndaba get behind the wheel. Her hilarious tweet read:
"This happened to me in Durban. Uber driver wathi ukhathele and asked if I can drive. I playfully said yes. Did the guy not pull over and jump in the backseat? I ended up driving myself to Chef's Table."
Twitter user KingSeleThe3rd said:
"Why didn't you teach him a lesson and drive him to Sonto's workshop?"
"You drove yourself and still paid?"
"I would have asked for a tip and a thank you when I got to my destination lol."
"I would've ended the trip and drove eh."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Rising Mznasi star Siphesihle Ndaba got a little creative during the lockdown and turned her grandmother's garage into a boujee studio. Lockdown has had us all doing things we never thought we were capable of which have pleasantly surprised us.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Gomora's Siphesihle has been spending lockdown turning her gran’s garage into her sanctuary.
Siphesihle is a beautiful young lady who puts her all into everything that she does and it shines through in her work. Taking to social media to make the big reveal, Siphesihle proudly showed off the studio along with a snap of herself taken inside.
Guuuuurl, well done! It looks stunning and the picture looks like it was done in a professional studio.
“The end result of us turning my gran's garage into a studio...”
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