A Twitter user named cutedimpledguy shared the story about a guy who became his good friend who surprised him with a “Mustang.” This was despite telling his friend not to bring his Ferrari so they won’t draw much attention.
But he didn’t know that his good friend had another sports car.
In an interview with cutedimpledguy via direct message, he said “that moment literally made him cry” because his friend just made his dream come true like in a fairytale. He has always dreamed of riding in a sports car which was granted by his good friend who also canceled all his plans to meet him and to give a day full of surprises.
UPDATE: Fairy tale starts with this surprise. Told him not bring his Ferrari, to avoid attention but he surprised me big time. Galing mo din talaga. Oo nga naman sabi ko Ferrari, malay ko ba may iba pa sya sports car. LOL. Honestly he is super sweet. Pa-fall ka talaga. 😂🤣😂 pic.twitter.com/feJ11jxtnV
— CuteDimpledGuy (@cutedimpledguy) July 28, 2019
It was all started when he helped him by giving him advice about life, without knowing that he was talking to a celebrity. After that, communications continued for weeks as he was trying to be there for him without even knowing who he really was.
Then suddenly, he received a call over Viber and was shocked seeing that his friend was a celebrity who wanted to meet him in person.
Cutedimpledguy helps spread positivity by giving advice to those who are confused about their identity as he also advocates LGBT causes and spread awareness about LGBT issues.
As an update, his good friend continues to give him surprises as they both enjoy each other’s company.
Clue: He’s a powerful politician from the North.
Considered as the fastest and most powerful Ferrari production car, the extremely limited-edition supercar LaFerrari will soon be owned by a Pinoy politico, according to a report by Inquirer.
With an estimated price of P76 million or $1.69 million not including taxes and shipping fee, the total cost of La Ferrari will amount to P190 million if VAT, ad valorem tax, and applicable customs duty are put into consideration.
But not anyone with moolah can own Ferrari’s most ambitious road car project. In order for someone to purchase the new Ferrari, you must be a serious collector of the car series.
The report revealed that the mystery owner has at least five Ferrari cars so he’s qualified to drive the ultra-luxury car which has a top speed of more than 350 kph.
In addition, only 499 units of Ferrari’s first supercar were produced. Just how lucky is this Pinoy politician to grab one unit of the super rare luxury car.
It’s only a matter of time before the La Ferrari unit arrives in the Philippines and put in one of the country’s economic zones.
According to the report, although we already have an idea given the clue about the mysterious owner, the identity of the real owner may blow us away.
Who’s your guess?