- South African media personality, Boity Thulo’s social media followers have reacted to a video of a woman struggling to park her car
- The driver made numerous attempts to get parallel parking right and the media guru, Boity Thulo, seems to not believe what's in the clip
- The video, which was shared by Boity, attracted plenty of comments from her followers and some believe the woman must have 'bought' her driver's licence
South African media personality Boitumelo ‘Boity’ Thulo has shared a video on her social media page as she could not believe her eyes watching the woman trying to park a car.
The woman wants to park her vehicle as the clip suggests, but doesn't get it right and after a number of attempts, she manages to park but with the help of another driver.
Captioned "No ways, man!!!!", the video has attracted plenty of comments from Thulo’s followers. Some of the media guru’s fans believe the struggle to park the vehicle is a result of 'buying' a driver’s licence, implying that having a licence doesn't make one a good driver.
The popular South African television personality, rapper, actress, businesswoman, and model’s recent post continues to attract reactions from Mzansi social networkers.
“But at least she was showing her how it's done the hard way. Next time she won't be the one parked there.”
“This is good. She was motivating her, it would have been too easy if she moved her car lol.”
“Sue needed to learn how to parallel park and she did. No one is going to come to move their car to make it easy for you.”
In other news, Briefly News covered a story on Thulo who offered to pay a fan's rent, and Mzansi peeps admired just how far she is willing to go to help others.
The fan with the user name @gracefullyloved tweeted that she needed some help with her rent.
Social media users began interacting with the post offering support to the lady for her struggles and people sent her links to influencing campaigns since she has over 5 000 followers and suggested other ideas. Eventually, Boity chimed in and offered to help.
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