Netizens React on the Legitimacy of The Rolls Royce Spotted in Nairobi Owned by A Lady.
By Adinda | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Rolls Royce Motor Cars Limited is a British luxury automobile owned by a group of German established in the year 1998. The first product of its own was produced in the year 2003 of the Rolls Royce four door Phantom Sedan.
Today there has been an online debate concerning an alleged Rolls Royce spotted in Nairobi. The Rolls Royce is allegedly said to be owned by an Asian woman living at Hurlingham. A section of Kenyans persistently refused to believe someone in Kenya can own a Rolls Royce and therefore triggered an argument over the same. A good number of netizens insist that the vehicle is just modified to look like a Rolls Royce.
The doors of the Rolls Royce Phantom took centre stage claiming the doors of the spotted Rolls Royce are completely different from what is expected. In the video shared online, some actually came to terms with rich Kenyans living an incognito kind of life.
Screenshots of the Rolls Royce spotted are shared below leaving you to be the judge. Like, share, and follow and remember to leave your comment in the comment section. Thank you.
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