The viral Kenyan race car meme explained: On social media, a new trend has emerged during the last few days.
It consists of two unkempt guys talking to a reporter in a car about a recent race that took place in what looks to be a desert.
The pair, who were sporting helmets that didn’t appear appropriate for the situation, recounted how their race had been hampered by mistaken turns despite the navigator having a chart leading the course.
Speaking in their own language, the driver felt certain that they had placed 16th or 15th, but his navigator disagreed, stating that they had really placed 21st.
They explained their situation by displaying leaves from their car, which had become trapped earlier on a corn farm.
Photos from the video have gone viral in an unusual way, and social media users are going nuts.
It’s become a humorous trend to use their amusing facial expressions to depict unexpected story twists.
The photographs have been used in thousands of postings on Twitter and TikTok, sparking interest in where they came from.
It has gone viral in several countries, including Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia, Uganda, and Kenya.
WILSONTRENDIT.COM has investigated and released further information regarding the meme.
It has since been revealed that it was a comedy about the World Rally Championship performed by two Kenyan comedians.
The clip was intended to depict the scenes of drivers who took part in the June 2022 Safari Rally in Naivasha.
Kenyan comedians Arap Marindich and Tula Chemoget have been doing comedy for several years.
There is even a video of one of them getting washed with a water hose at a car wash following the alleged race.
Meanwhile, corporate companies have joined the battle, exploiting the photographs to broaden their reach with clever remarks.