Singer Timi Dakolo was shocked when a driver he hired told his wife he doesn’t drive women. He expressed his disbelief on social media platform X. Many netizens agreed with him, sharing their own experiences of encountering similar drivers. Some shared instances of drivers refusing to drive women, while others defended the drivers, saying that women can be rude and accusing drivers of rape. The reactions showed a mix of support for Timi Dakolo and examples of similar situations.
Timi Dakolo, a popular artist, tells his internet experience with a driver he hired who told his wife he doesn’t drive ladies.
The singer resorted to his social media platform, X, to announce the shocking news.
Hearing the news from the driver stunned him, he said, because he can’t even say something like that.
In his own words;
“I once employed a driver that told my wife that he doesn’t drive women. I was so shocked, something that I cannot do.”
Many Netizens have taken to the comments to agree with him, claiming they have also met drivers who do the same as well.
See some reactions to the post…
Yinkacool said: An agency sent me one, he walked into my office and said, “ I don say I no go drive women again, I no know say na woman you be”, told him I didn’t know he was a man as well, that he could leave, he started begging that he will try, told him I won’t try.
Anu_official wrote: I’ve seen someone like this. When he was forced to, he’ll tell the wife he can’t take any instructions from her. ????
IAM_NONSO exclaimed: It is the audacity for me!
Cr7Godbrand said: Most women are rude and disrespectful and might accuse him of rape. Man is protecting himself. Everything ain’t about gender war. The most problematic customers for Uber drivers and lyft are women. Always women.