"Kwani Huoni," KRG The Don Confronts A Lady Driver, Throws Money At Her After A Small Accident
We have been experiencing reckless driving in our Kenyan roads mostly in the capital Nairobi. Drivers are always rushing to get out of traffic without keeping in mind that there are other people using the same road.
This has led to several road accidents which can be avoided if only drivers would follow road safety rules.
Today KRG The Don has been involved in a small accident and the way he reacted to it sounded like the accident was such a big deal. It was just a scratch on the back of his car which way caused by a lady who was driving on the same road.
KRG confronted the lady accusing her driving recklessly on the road. We could hear from the video KRG underrating the lady saying that her car is too small to hit his big car and if she doesn't know how to drive why was she on the road?
After the confrontation he threw money on her and drove off. I understand that there is corona and there's no money, but why handle your fellow driver that way over a small accident?
Again we all know KRG and his expensive taste of life, his expensive cars and how he spends his money right? That was just a small scratch, compared to what he has in his bank accounts repairing that wouldn't be a problem.
Do you think KRG did the right thing?
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