Sexy Russian Stunt 'Moto Girl' Dies In High-Speed Crash
Monika real name Olga Pronina best known as the 'Moto Girl' for her sexy daredevil Power Bike riding style rode to her death on Monday night while making another unconventional video for her fans.
According to reports, the daredevil biker was racing through the city of Vladivostok in Russia when suddenly she lost control of her BMW motorcycle and crashed into a side railing. The impact was so horrible, her bike broke into two and she was pronounced dead at the spot.
Monika, 40, who goes by the name @monika9422 on Instagram, gained as many as 137,000 followers within a short period of time. Though she received a lot of backlash for her inappropriate riding gear which left a little to the imagination, the opinions of others did not stop her from making the raunchy videos of her andrenaline driven motor bike stunts.
The single mother of a 16-year-old daughter was also a hairdresser but her best hobby was riding power bikes and showing off some incredible stunts while looking super sexy.
Before the motorcyclist enthusiast met her death, she spoke highly of the adrenaline rush she enjoyed from biking.
She wrote online "I am grateful to it for the sparkles in my eyes. For the warm wind blowing on my cheecks when my visor open, for unbelievable excitement and feeling of flowing in the air, for doses of adrenaline."
In the wake of the Russian beauty's publisized death, she has gained an additional 10,000 followers on Instagram. Hundreds of fans have paid tribute to the lady dubbed "Russia's Sexiest Motorcyclist" while many blame her for her untimely death, for doing too much, showing off terrifying bike tricks on highways wearing revealing outfits to flaunt her stunning curves.
Below is the last video Olga Pronina posted before her death. See how daring and sexy she looked?
May her soul rest in peace.
Truth be told, there is a big difference between having passion for something and risking ones life because of the love something. We should always take safety measures regardless of the obession for or pressure from social media.
Do you think social media has become an obsession in the culture we live in today?