Giorgi Tevzadze's Last Drift Video Before His Tragic Death and an Eerie YouTube Message

The devil has divided loyalties when it comes to Giorgi Tevzadze from Georgia, who passed away this week in an unfortunate car accident. On one hand, he was an extremely skillful driver, but on the other hand, when he did apply his talents behind the wheel, he did it on public roads, often disregarding the safety of other motorists (even though some may rightfully claim that he had far more control over his cars than most drivers).

Nevertheless, regardless of what you think about how, when and where he drove his infamous BMW M5 E34, no one deserves to die in an accident, and at the end of the day, it wasn’t even his fault; according to reports, one of his friends was steering the M5 when it lost control crashing side-first into a tree and killing Tevzadze. The driver survived.

The Georgian was only 26 years old and had recently married, as seen in the photo-tributes that are pouring into a newly created Facebook page named “R.I.P. Giorgi Tevzadze” and which some fans have translated to “Ride In Piece”.

Besides the photos there’s also a new video (or at least one we haven’t see before), said to have been Tevzadze’s last recorded street race, plus what we can only describe as an eerie message from the past when Tevzadze replied to YouTube commentators back in January (second video) the following:

“hallo people! am, georgian, 25. what else… yeah, i’m not going to crash and die just beacause you want it!:DDDDD thanks everybody who likes the video!”

There’s nothing more we can say other than we hope that he is driving and drifting in a better place now and, of course, send our condolences to his family and friends.

Photo Credits: R.I.P. Giorgi Tevzadze/FaceBook




  • dhoosee

    Idiot. Left his new wife behind, endangered countless lives by pulling his stupid stunts, and wasted his talent; he could have driven professionally and earned a living by doing so….. Sorry, but I feel no remorse for this person; only for his family and friends that he left in the dust.

  • Millionaire$$$$$$

    JJ get lost u balding *uck))

  • Nicholas

    Get a fucking life, just because your probably like a granny on the road.. doesn’t mean other people have to!

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  • Loobs

    I can’t believe people saying rest in peace to a maniac driver.

  • noname

    Ride In peace …RESPECT

  • uc

    f off m8

  • Em


  • Christina Griffin

    Die in pieces

  • Papalaz

    Rest in pieces

  • Kripe

    too bad that they don’t use safety cages in their cars :/ he would have maybe survived it.

  • andy

    Too bad some people have a talent and choose to waste it like idiots, all while endangering countless other lives. But hey, life sometimes has a way of eliminating you before you get to eliminate others…

    I feel sorry that a life was lost, but chances are he would’ve taken others with him in a not so distant future. I knew of guys that miraculously survived once, then crashed again and killed innocent people.

    No matter how good you (think you) are, keep poking Death with a stick and it will eventually come for you. Use your brain and drive responsibly!

  • DeezM3

    Respect is a two way street and clearly here it was only one way.This driver died because he participated in an incredible idiotic and selfish act,he may have been skillful enough to avoid a crash but his friend was not.This is KARMA and to all you idiots out there who idolise this guy get a brain!!! I drive my car fast and hard but it is in a controlled environment where If i make a mistake only i suffer.Even the best make mistakes and to risk those on in a public domain is simply unacceptable.

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  • FoX

    Hey guys roads are dangerous, to be a street drifting has to be able and have the maximum safety of yours and others on the road and most importantly the safety belt.

    I’ve never seen anyone drive like that so we all have to respect him for that gift he has, but accidents happen.

    Love speed and adrenaline.

    R.I.P. Giorgi Tevzadze “Legends never Died” – from Angola

  • Sandrika Gogolauri

    he was georgian you know

    • Sergio Carranza

      how would that affect my comment? he was georgian… so what?

  • Sandrika Gogolauri

    he is georgian..

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  • k

    Dude was a dick. Good job only he ended up dead. He was not a hero.

  • Sham Shing

    Look guys, there is no need to completely disrespect the dead. It’s true that he ‘endangered others’ and we should all learn from this however, saying he deserves to go to hell and calling him names is simply uncalled for.

    At the end of the day, this was a tragic accident which caused the death of a young man (a good one according to those who actually knew him). We should just use this as a reminder of life not being a video game.

  • Kane888

    RIP OOM500

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