Hasbulla Breaks Silence After His Arrest

Hasbulla Magomedov, a prominent figure on social media, has expressed regret after being charged by police in his hometown for reckless driving along with a number of his friends.

This comes after reports emerged that the group were allegedly arrested in Russia after a video surfaced on social media of the 20-year-old celebrity sitting in the passenger seat of a white car.

The clip posted by the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD) Dagestan shows two other cars doing burnouts on the street, and the vehicle Hasbulla was in having a huge crash mark along the left-hand side.

The white car is then seen speeding off on a highway before we see a lineup of Hasbulla and his friends looking a little sorry for themselves.

According to Red Corner MMA, the group was arrested and charged with administrative violations after they were “celebrating a friend’s wedding.”

However, Hasbulla took to his Instagram page to post a statement about the incident, saying “We decided a little bit hype, black hype is also hype. This won’t happen again folks. Sorry Played a little had to answer.”

When asked if he was driving, Hasbulla responded, “I wasn’t driving either, it’s just Bratskaya supported me.”

The MVD Dagestan posted a message on Telegram confirming the incident, stating that “Unbridled wedding fun in Dagestan is known to many and far beyond the borders of the republic. In the absence of other ways of entertainment, such a primitive option is still extremely popular – blocking roads for other road users, burning rubber, smashing cars against each other and many other features that, in fact, have nothing to do with the celebration and holiday of the young. Unless, of course, there are no misfortunes, because otherwise the holiday will be spoiled for the young.”

The State Traffic Inspectorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Dagestan drew up administrative protocols for all violations, and “all participants of ‘wedding emotions,’ as they themselves call it, were taken to the police.”

Later, Hasbulla acknowledged the incident in a social media post, emphasising that he was not behind the wheel of any of the vehicles.

“We decided to hype it up a bit… this will not happen again, we apologize. We played around a bit and had to answer for it,” he said. 

“It wasn’t my car and I wasn’t behind the wheel.”

The incident involving Hasbulla and his friends highlights the dangers of engaging in reckless behaviour on the road, particularly during celebrations such as weddings.

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