‘#Moozlie crash was aware­ness cam­paign’

Pretoria News - - METRO - | Staff Re­porter

LIKE it or not #Moozlie crash was an aware­ness cam­paign after all!

On Fri­day af­ter­noon, Volk­swa­gen South Africa is­sued a state­ment con­firm­ing that it was a “bold cam­paign” aimed at en­cour­ag­ing South Africans to drive dry.

This came after con­cern that TV pre­sen­ter and rap­per No­muzi Mabena, also known as Moozlie, had crashed while driv­ing and do­ing a live In­sta­gram broad­cast.

The live feed lurches and the car wind­screen can be seen shat­ter­ing be­fore the feed is abruptly cut.

“This month, as South Africans are mak­ing their new year’s res­o­lu­tions, Volk­swa­gen, in part­ner­ship with Drive Dry, seeks to make a pos­i­tive change when it comes to drink­ing and driv­ing by urg­ing peo­ple to pledge to #VWDriveDry in 2019 in or­der to make the party stop be­fore their life does,” the car man­u­fac­turer said .

The cam­paign kicked off last year.

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