An altercation between two drivers is making the rounds on TikTok, and it all stems from a nasty car accident, bumping the back of a Lamborghini.

Social media users have weighed in on the situation. Take a look at what we know so far…

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Lamborghini accident goes viral

Matthew Heller, a Florida entrepreneur according to Miami Herald, took to TikTok and Instagram to share the altercation.

Haller captioned the video: “I got hit from behind. My car was hit from behind while I was stopped.  #lamborghini#aventador#hornblasters

As seen in the footage, a woman approaches Heller claiming that he had hit her black Audi sedan.

The unnamed women is heard yelling: “You did that to the front of my f***ing car!”

Heller responds: “When you rear end somebody, that’s not how this works.”

Take a look at the video here, but be warned that the footage features explicit language.

Matt, who owns Tampa-based company Horn Blasters, has a large following on IG, boasting 1.1M. So, as expected, the video has gained a lot of attention on both Instagram and TikTok.

On Instagram alone, the clip has been viewed over 111,000 times!

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CCTV footage sees accident happen

Heller also inserted CCTV footage of the accident, obtained from the Mobil that he had pulled outside of.

The Audi is seen bumping into the back of Heller’s sports car.

TikTok and IG users react to viral video

In true social media fashion, TikTok and IG users had to weigh in on the situation.

One IG user commented: “I just need to know how it ended. You were too kind.”

Somebody else wrote: “Man why is she so pressed she knows she messed up.”

Another added: “This had the best plot twist ever! Please keep us updated.”

Though, over on TikTok, others had differing opinions. Take a look at this TikTok post, claiming that Matt made the other driver look bad on purpose.

What do you think?

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