• According to her, the car model is a 2023 model, which most car fanatics would like to dispute.
• After taking a deep dive and consulting a car dealership, expert, it was revealed to me that her car is in fact a 2015 model and goes for nowhere near the supposed 15.4 million shillings that she claims she got at.
Well well well, for someone who just posted the conversion of the price of a vehicle, it is impossible for one not to say that they are not bragging.
But that is me trying to understand how one can convert the price of a car model that has not yet been released.
Kenyan rapper, Natalie Florence Kutoto, who the majority know by the name Noti flow went ahead to post on her socials her newly purchased vehicle, actually a machine, the Mercedes Benz GL 63 AMG.
According to her, the car model is a 2023 model, which most car fanatics would like to dispute.
Also si alete log book like when she got the Volkswagen for herself and said she'll convert ownership to her ex-King Alami.
After taking a deep dive and consulting a car dealership, expert, it was revealed to me that her car is in fact a 2015 model and goes for nowhere near the supposed 15.4 million shillings that she claims she got at.
Also comparing photos of the 2021 model to pics of her car one can tell there are notable differences with the 2021 model looking sleeker and having a more sophisticated interior.
To top it off, Noti has to install the key to her whip to ignite the car, whilst with the new model of the car, there is the ignition sensor that works perfectly when the key is anywhere within the car.
As per the announcement post, she states, "Well.. Merry Christmas to me 🥰 Mwaka inaisha vi tifi 👍🏽🖤 Was thinking of getting a 'Noti Flow' number plate but on 2nd thought, it's too risky. I could easily get car jacked lol Too paranoid".
She went ahead to inquire from her followers if any of them knew where she could get car alarms.
In her own words, "I'm looking for a car alarm installer for my cars, Since I realized I've got a lot of enemies been taking a lot of caution. Already got trackers for them. so if you install car alarms or know someone who does DM asap. Loud ones in fact. I wanna hear them coming."
Hysterical, I would say, since almost all German machines usually have a de-localizer that sees to it that the car cannot be stolen.
I thought since she had already been versed by the Volks Wagen she owns she would have that in mind already. But whom am I to judge, or even comment? The car according to the owner is a 2023 model, in 2022.