Young Ghanaian Bolt Driver Shares Worst Experience About His Work: "Women Flirt With Us A Lot"

Young Ghanaian Bolt Driver Shares Worst Experience About His Work: "Women Flirt With Us A Lot"

  • A young Bolt driver has shared some of the worst experiences he had encountered in his line of duty
  • He said he had on many occasions had women openly flirting and professing their desire to have a good time with him
  • Other Bolt drivers also shared a similar experience upon spotting their colleague's interview on TikTok

A young Ghanaian Bolt driver has opened up about some of the challenges they encounter daily in their line of work.

Among the myriad of challenges they face, the Bolt driver said the worst he had experienced was having women flirt with him on rides every day.

Young Ghanaian Bolt driver shares worst experience about his work
The Angel FM presenter and the Bolt driver (right) Photo credit: @cuterossy8/TikTok
Source: TikTok

According to the Bolt driver, whose name is not yet known, some women deliberately order rides just to see if they could get someone to scratch their itch.

Speaking to Accra-based Angel FM, the young Bolt driver recounted numerous encounters he had had with women who told him they wanted to have a good time with him after ordering a ride.

Read also

Chef Smith's former employer drops secrets about him in video

He said he once picked a lady at Taifa in Accra who blatantly told him that she only ordered the ride because she found him handsome and would like to have a thing with him if he was open to it.

He further disclosed that another lady once texted him on the Bolt app to ask if he was mature enough. When he probed further, she revealed that she wanted to have a good time with him.

"When I got to her pick-up point, she told me, she was feeling for something this afternoon and so we should find a guesthouse to lodge for a good time. I was shocked when I heard that," he said.

When asked by the host of the programme he appeared on whether the lady was a call girl, the Bolt driver responded in the negative, adding that she was simply someone who was in the mood for a hot afternoon action.

Read also

CCTV babs young Ghanaian girl attempting to steal GH¢40,000 from a momo shop at Nkawkaw

"I told her I could not give her what she wanted because I'm married. I didn't do it," he said.

The young driver further stated that the notion that commercial drivers are promiscuous is not entirely true.

He explained that, In most cases, it is the women who ingratiate themselves and lure the men into dating them because they are attracted to cars.

Other drivers also share their experience

When the video of the interview was posted on the TikTok page of @cuterossy8, other Bolt drivers thronged the comment section to share their experiences relative to the subject matter.

@Arabian style said:

"2019 was facing same problems….including old ladies 50+…"

@Kwabena Boakye replied:

"This happened to me some time back."

@Nene Kraky also said:

I"t very true ooo hmmmm this lady was serious on me saying she wll sponsor a trip with me n the expense is on her but I refused."

Read also

Man cries out after finding out that girlfriend he did everything for was cheating on him

Female Bolt rider shares her bad experience with a driver

Meanwhile, previously reported that a female Bolt passenger, Jackie, shared a harrowing experience when a driver threatened her over a fare discrepancy.

The driver allegedly failed to end the trip, charged Jackie more than the actual fare, and locked the doors, threatening her.

Despite reporting the incident, Bolt's response was a mere GH¢10 discount on Jackie's next ride, sparking concerns about the platform's handling of safety issues.


Salifu Bagulube Moro avatar

Salifu Bagulube Moro (Human-Interest Editor) Salifu Bagulube Moro is a Human Interest Editor at He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in 2018, where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with a specialization in Journalism. Salifu previously worked with Opera News as a Content Management Systems (CMS) Editor. He also worked as an Online Reporter for the news portal, as well as with the Graphic Communications Group Limited as a National Service Person. Email: