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Fans of popular Zimbabwean socialite Ginimbi Kadungure have been mourning his death this week.

Ginimbi died on Sunday following a fatal car accident. Doctors say he died from internal bleeding.

The celebrity died while driving his Rolls Royce Wraith from a night club.

According to eye witnesses Ginimbi was speeding before the crash and moments after he was rescued he died.

Just before that accident which led to his death he was seen on video entering the car with three others – two women and a man.

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The vehicle according to eyewitnesses later caught flames burning to death the other occupants.

 

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On social media, fans have been mourning his death.

 

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