- Frank Ocean's younger brother, Ryan Breaux, sadly passed away after having been involved in a horrific car accident
- Influencer B Scott reported that the two victims were Ocean's 18-year-old brother, Breaux, and Breaux's friend, Zeek, and neither of them made it
- Law enforcement is still looking into the cause of the accident
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Musician and producer Frank Ocean's younger brother, Ryan Breaux, sadly passed away after having been involved in a horrific car accident in California early on Sunday.
It has been reported that two people in the one car died. Onlyt the car that Ocean’s brother was in that was involved in the crash, no other vehicle.
Briefly.co.za learnt that influencer B Scott reported that the two victims were Ocean's 18-year-old brother, Breaux, and Breaux's friend, Zeek.
According to ABC 7, the single-car collision took place in Thousand Oaks, California at around 1.30am and neither of those involved survived.
Social media has been buzzing with messages of shock, condolences and support for the Ocean family and that of the friend who was involved too.
The Ventura County Fire Department pronounced both people inside the car dead at the scene as the car was already in flames when they got there. Authorities are still investigating the cause of the crash.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that in 2019, actress Nokuthula Mabika made entertainment news headlines when she was involved in a car accident. Nokuthula didn't get hurt but the victim who she hit with her car, Grade 11 pupil Sanele Maphalala, was severely injured.
The accident happened in August and Sanele's head and left side of his body were injured. The actress was accused of abandoning Sanele after the accident after giving him R150.
Now, it is believed that Sanele will be paralysed for life.
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Sanele was allowed to go home after spending four months in the hospital. According to OKMzansi, Sanele's mother, Sbongile, said that he could no longer do anything for himself.
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