with kids in that mf😂— june tao🏂 (@__kidd) December 18, 2019
Sometimes you have to do what you have to do, you don’t know the situation he probably ain’t have nobody to call and help and no toe money it’s late out so nothing is open so he trying to make sure he get the kids home.— Louie Montana (@KingLoudogg) December 18, 2019
boy boy really cruising though 😂😂.— Assyria. (@psstaybeautiful) December 18, 2019
Hes the goat— Dolla Bill (@206MadeESraised) December 18, 2019
That’s a real G— STRUG MUSIQK (@SMusiqk) December 18, 2019
Dog trans fucked up and he REFUSE to stay in the house! This is the epitome of if there’s a will there’s a way lol— IG: ManishLife.Ty (@ManishLife_Ty) December 18, 2019
Get this man a car he deserve it— Tony Harrison (@Iamboxing) December 18, 2019
Mane!! Somebody call BET & give this HERO a LifeTime Achievement Award pic.twitter.com/ditmR7rhEb— Trill Bellamy (@FatNTatted) December 18, 2019
We may not know how or if our hero made it home safely, but we do know Detroit is home to some of the most gifted drivers and for that, we are #Blessed.
they never believed me when i said the best drivers come from the east side 😁— EGAVAS👁👿 (@Itsme_GP) December 18, 2019
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