- Lady Zamar took to social media to mourn the death of her friends
- Lady Zamar shared pictures of Alichia Adams and Moana who both passed away in an accident on Sunday
- Alichia and Moana passed away in a car accident that also claimed the life of Zimbabwean businessman Genius Kadungure
Lady Zamar has taken to social media to mourn the death of her friends. The singer joined scores of people who took to Twitter on Sunday, 8 November to mourn the death of Alichia Adams and Moana.
Alichia and Moana passed away in a car accident that also claimed the life of Zimbabwean businessman Genius Kadungure, better known as Ginimbi. Lady Zamar shared snaps of the two young woman and captioned her post:
"My heart is shattered #RIPAlichiaAdams #RIPMoana."
Alichia, Moana, Karim and Ginimbi were coming back from fitness fundi Moana's birthday party, which was held at Ginimbi's night club Dreams Nightlife Club. According to Twitter user @DKuwanga, Ginimbi was allegedly speeding and trying to overtake cars when the accident took place.
Lady Zamar's fans took to her comment section to comfort her after her sad tweet. Check out some of their comments below:
"Condolences Lady_Z may her soul rest in eternal peace, ignore haters and mourn."
"2020 is really not done with us yet, my condolences to you @Lady_Zamar and family, 'death be not proud'."
"Shame.....tomorrow is indeed not promised."
"That's what happens when you drive under the influence of liquor."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Zodwa Wabantu has responded to the backlash she recently received for letting her fans touch her and kiss her amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Ever since the country moved to the less stricter Level 1 lockdown, Zodwa Wabantu has been performing across Mzansi and peeps have noticed that she doesn't practice social distancing during her performances.
The exotic dancer, who dances half naked, has even went as far as letting her fans kiss her on the mouth and touch her all over her body, even her private part. She has been slammed a couple of times on social media for not adhering to the lockdown regulations.
Zodwa took to Instagram recently to respond to her critics. The media personality shared a video explaining that she doesn't have a problem with being touched by her fans when she's dancing. She captioned the video: "I love you my people."
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