- Close friend and self-proclaimed "blesser" Serge Cabonge has shared some information about the burial of Zimbabwean billionaire Ginimbi's funeral
- According to Cabonge, Ginimbi will be buried with a stack of dollars at an all-white funeral
- Ginimbe died tragically after a horror car crash driving home from his nightclub Dream earlier this month
Self-proclaimed blesser Serge Cabonge has recently shared some information on the funeral of his friend Zimbabwean socialite and multimillionaire Genius Kadungure, who died earlier this month in a horror car crash.
According to Cabonge, Ginimbi, whose death he describes as the biggest loss to the Johannesburg socialite and club scene, will be buried with a thick stack of dollars at an all-white funeral on an undisclosed date.
Ginimbi, who was famous for his flashy lifestyle and flaunting his riches in Johannesburg North's famous nightclubs, is also famous for throwing lavish all-white parties with famous socialites and other rich businessmen in attendance.
As reported by Sowetan Live, Cabonge described Ginimbi as a generous partier who spared no cost at keeping his title as the life of the party often splashing hundreds and thousands of rands on South African party animals.
"He was the owner of Dreams Night Club in Harare. When he was dining in restaurants he was a kind of person who tipped waiters because he wanted to leave a financial statement that I am Ginimbi, the Hustler.
"Showing off was a trademark. Genius hosted parties in his different mansions in Botswana and Johannesburg, where he invited friends, celebrities, beautiful women, musicians, rich people and party animals."
Briefly.co.za previously reported, Zimbabwean businessman Genius Kadungure, better known as Ginimbi, died over the weekend in a car accident. He was coming back from fitness fundi Moana's birthday party, which was held at his nightclub Dreams Nightlife Club.
He passed away with three other friends who were with him, the birthday girl Moana, Elisha, and Karim. According to Twitter user @DKuwanga, Ginimbi was allegedly speeding and trying to overtake cars when the accident took place.
The driver whose car he overtook watched on as he collided with the second car he wanted to overtake. Both of the vehicles burst into flames and Ginimbi was flung out of his Bentley.
He was not wearing a seatbelt and he died instantly. Tributes poured in for the businessman and socialite on social media. Many were shocked at the news of his death. Ginimbi's family also confirmed the tragic news.
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