Guy crashes a Ferrari he rented to visit his girlfriend (Video)
An unnamed young Ghanaian certified lover boy has found himself in a quagmire of serious difficulties after wrecking his expensive Ferrari, which he had reportedly leased to see his sweetheart and, in the process, make a good impression on her.
During the filming of this video, which is quickly becoming popular on the internet, the red Ferrari was observed stopped in the middle of a road in what looked to be an affluent neighborhood, with passersby all around.
In order to avoid embarrassment and harsh comments from the automobile owner if the two of them were to meet face to face, it is thought that the man promptly fled the scene as soon as he parked the vehicle.
Yet another person questioned as to how the young man intended to pay for the huge repair bills that have accrued as a result of his own negligence, because it is clear that he is penniless.
A message to the wise for my young kings: “In this world, do not pass yourself off as ooo; things rise and fall in levels.”
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