“We All Had 36 Years To Know And Understand Ginimbi, Why Didn’t You Ask Him Of The Source Of His Money While Alive,” Friends Dismiss Weird Rumours On Ginimbi
11 November 2020
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Paul Nyathi

Genius Kadungure popularly known as Ginimbi, left a huge estate which has left a huge number of people talking.

In response to bizarre claims, such as him supposedly having a snake that spits money, his friends asked in a statement why no one inquired about the source of wealth when he was alive, yet chose to speculate after his death.

“We all had 36 years to know and understand Ginimbi and his numerous sources of wealth. If no one asked him while he was alive, why speculate now that he is dead.

“To break the cycle of poverty, we need to do better as a society. The colonisation of the mind is a terrible thing. Please may we gather the little humanity we have left in us to give this legend a great send-off with respect to his friends and family during this difficult time,” read the statement attributed to Ronald Muzambe.Lady Zamar is mourning the death of her friends in Rolls-Royce crashLady Zamar’s friends were in the tragic Rolls-Royce accident on Sunday.TSHISALIVE1 day ago

Ginimbi rose to prominence at the age of 26 as a supplier of liquefied petroleum (LP) gas. That’s when he started hosting birthday parties. Though modest at the time, they drew the attention of the “who’s who” in Harare.

He would later become a social media star, with his life akin to a reality show. Over the years he bought expensive cars and was never shy to announce their acquisition.

At the time of his death, he was awaiting the arrival of a Lamborghini Aventador.

In his garage, the vehicles he leaves behind include:

  • Rolls-Royce Ghost (2016 model);
  • Rolls-Royce Ghost (2020 model);
  • Rolls-Royce Wraith (involved in his fatal crash);
  • Bentley Continental GT (2014 model);
  • Bentley Continental GT W12 (2020 model);
  • Bentley Bentayga;
  • Bentley Mulsanne;
  • Lamborghini Aventador S Coupe;
  • Ferrari 488 Spider;
  • Mercedes G Wagon Brabus (2016 model);
  • Mercedes G Wagon G63 (2020 model);
  • Range Rover Vogue Autobiography (2019 model);
  • Range Rover Sport SVR (2019 model);
  • Range Rover Sport Lumma (2017 model);
  • Range Rover Sport (2018 model);
  • Range Rover Velar (2018 model);
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class (2014 model); and
  • Mercedes-Benz S Class (2019 model).

Plus many other luxury wheels featuring the badges of BMW, Jaguar and Lexus.

Source: Times Live