A hilarious video of an Uber driver imitating and making fun of his sleeping passenger left people in stitches.
In the video, the driver copied the facial expression of his fast asleep passenger.
A lot of people found the video absolutely hilarious, while others thought that it was very invasive, inappropriate and disrespectful.
@kulanicool posted the video on his Twitter account and captioned it, “Mjita.”
However, there were some people, on social media, who did not find the driver imitating the evidently tired man funny. In defence of the White man, tweeps said that the man is sleeping because he is tired from actually working hard.
An unimpressed tweep, whose handle is @kabelomagstins, tweeted this, “He was Probably out making real money somewhere and is honestly tired, just to be ridiculed by someone driving someone's car around for a living. Mxm.”
Some people actually believe that the driver ruined his reputation by recording the video.
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