The recent death of Zimbabwean millionaire, Genius Kadungure popularly known as Ginimbi may have sparked reactions as regards the number of children he left behind.
This is as a lady identified as Tinasha Sambiri has taken to social media to claim she is a daughter of the late millionnaire who died recently in a car accident.
The 36-year old socialite had died alongside three of his friends in an auto crash on Sunday, November 8, 2020 while coming from a birthday party.
It was reported that Ginimbi while driving in his Bentley collided with an oncoming vehicle and that the two cars caught up with flames instantly. Other three friends with the Zimbabwean millionaire are Elisha, Karim, and Moana.
After the celebrity’s death, the photo of a young lady who claims to his daughter has been making rounds on social media.
She shared a photo of herself with the late businessman, adding the caption “Why dad….Honestly broken”, with crying emojis.
Meanwhile, Mr. Anderson, father of the late millionaire businessman, Ginimbi has claimed he is not exactly sure of how many children his child might have fathered before he died.
He said the son lived a life of jumping from one woman to the other hence, their inability to speak specifically on the number of children he had.
He however said he is aware of one secret male child but doesn’t know the child’s whereabouts since he had little knowledge of him.
“These boys would jump from one woman to the other, so you would never understand them. We only know of one, but I don’t know the name since we did not stay with him/her,” the father noted.
Meanwhile, the father, who is still trying to recover from the death of his son, disclosed that he is not too surprised by the nature of his death as he is someone who loves speed on the roads.
The father while speaking during an interview, lamented that his two sons are now dead and he is left with two daughters.
In his words: “I received a call that he had been involved in an accident. We know he used to speed on the roads, so we were not shocked as the person who was phoning was crying,”
“When we arrived at the accident scene, we saw his car in flames and he was sleeping by the side. He was my second born. Now only two girls are left after the death of the two boys.”