Zari and Huddah mourn Zim social media star Genius Kadungure
By Michael Nampala 09 Nov 2020 03:55 PM EAT
Prominent socialite and businessman Genius Kadungure, commonly known as Ginimbi, died on Sunday morning after a fatal crash along the Borrowdale road that involved his Rolls Royce and a Honda Fit.
While the socialite managed to jump out of the Rolls Royce that went up in flames shortly after, the other three passengers were trapped in the wreckage. The driver of the Honda Fit survived, he is still in shock though...
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Zim social media star dies
GINIMBI and his Rolls Royce that ended his life
According to the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) four people died on the spot including video vixen Michelle Amuli who was celebrating her 26th birthday at Club Dreams.
The businessman who was last night partying at Club Dreams in Harare is alleged to have been speeding at the time of the accident.
A number of socialites and prominent people rushed to the scene of the accident including former Second Lady Marry Mubaiwa Chiwenga, musician Mudiwa Hood, comedian Tyra ‘Madam Boss’ Chikocho, and socialites Don The Billionaire, Fally, and Tsitsi Kachembere.
Zari and Ginimbi at a club in Zim
Ginimbi who is the owner of Pioneer Gas and PIKO Group was close to East African socialites and business ladies, Zari Hassan and Huddah Monroe who have since joined others in mourning the fallen socialite.
"My G, you're gone too soon. You always said life is too short, we didn't see this coming . Rest in Paradise my G," Zari noted.
She also shared a clip while partying with Ginimbi on one of her trips to Zim.
Zari and Ginimbi birthday messages
In September 2020, Ginimbi had this message for Zari on her birthday;
"Happy birthday to my loyal sister..."
"Thank you my brother for life," Zari returned the love.
On October 10, Mr. Genius as they fondly referred to him was celebrating his birthday and this was Zari's message to him;
"Today we celebrate you brother G. Thank you for being a great friend. We meet people in life that become family.
Huddah Monroe's tweet on Ginimbi passing
In a related development, Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe, based in UAE, Dubai was equally affected by the sudden death of socialite Ginimbi recalling how much is at stake following his death.
"We had so many big plans for next week. I am still in awe looking at my WhatsApp messages. Will miss you bruv, Rest in prosperity Twin."