For the better part of last week, a viral video had greatly reigned over the internet where a group of tourists were enjoying the beautiful scene was in a game park before the unexpected happened. Apparently, a lioness approached and gave a stare to one of the tourists who was just sitting on the bonnet of their vehicle unprotected. Well, the curiousity among netizens was greatly evoked after the video unceremoniously ended without Kenyans knowing how the subsequent events transpired.
Well, in yet another clip that has greatly surfaced today, the ending of the video was actually unveiled. As revealed in the video, the lioness captured in the video simply stared at the tourist for sometime before walking away to join other lions who were heading in the same direction. Well, the ending has contradicted many people's thoughts who imagined that the tourist was probably attacked by the dangerous animal.
"Naskia moyo imetulia sasa." Commented one netizen.
Among some of the celebrities who have so far shared the video include Famous gospel disc jockey DJ Soxxy and digital comedian Flaqo Raz. Did you watch the viral video and what were your expectations?
Source: DJ Soxxy
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