The highway they say is a dangerous place to drive, we have seen a lot of accidents on the highway caused by so many reasons which has unfortunately led to the untimely death of so many people. In a video that recently surfaced on many social media platforms, a motorcyclist was nearly crushed to death by a large truck, and unexpectedly and unfortunately, the road accident was caused by one of Nigerian’s famous musician Naira Marley.
Famous Nigerian musician Naira Marley was seen giving out money or rather doing ‘giveaway’ to motorcyclist while being driven in a car. The motorcyclist hailed the famous musician while they collected the cash he offered them. Unfortunately for the last motorcyclist, as he collected the money which was seen to be N1,000 from Naira Marley, he lost his grip and swerved dangerously in front of a large moving truck which ran over his motorcycle which nearly crushed the motorcyclist and his passenger. Naira Marley was heard screaming at the truck driver to back up in order for the motorcyclist and his passenger to get free.
The video was immediately bombarded with comments.
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