- A video has emerged in which Mimie Moana could be seen crying as she talked about her death
- The video vixen and fitness coach died in a car accident alongside Ginimbi on Sunday, November 8
- Moana was said to be returning home from her birthday party with Ginimbi and two other people
Mimie Moana, one of the ladies who died in a fatal car crash with popular socialite Ginimbi had earlier talked about her death before the accident.
Ginimbi, 36, was said to be a successful petroleum trader before his untimely death.
After the news broke on social media, several fans and followers of the young man flooded his official page on Instagram to express sadness over his death.
A clip of Moana, who was a video vixen and fitness coach, showed her crying as she talked about her own death.
She was said to be returning home from her birthday party alongside Ginimbi and two others when their Rolls Royce crashed and exploded.
The sad incident happened on Sunday, November 8, around Borrowdale Road in Harare.
Watch Moana's video below:
In other tragic news, Briefly.co.za compiled a list of celebrities who sadly passed away in 2020. Losing so many people in one year has always been a reality that South Africans cannot overlook. 2020 has been a hurricane year and losing the likes of national and international stars such as Zindzi Mandela, Naya Rivera and Chadwick Boseman has contributed to that.
Besides the pandemic, fans have been having a tough time saying goodbye to their favourite public figures from the country. Some of these deaths may have failed to receive deserved publicity because of the current affairs.
In similar unfortunate news but not in tamong the celebs listed above, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Kaizer Chiefs Under 19 Youth Development Academy player, James McFarlane tragically died after being involved in a car accident on Thursday. The academy star was only 18-years-old.
He regularly featured in the under 17 national team, Amajimbos. His death was confirmed by his managing agency, Siyavuma Sports Group on Friday. The agency released a statement sighted by Briefly.co.za.
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