Soul­jah Love in­volved in ac­ci­dent

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Pa­trick Chi­tumba Mid­lands Bu­reau Chief

ZIMDANCEHALL artiste Soul­jah Love was yes­ter­day morn­ing in­volved in a nasty car ac­ci­dent a few kilo­me­tres from Gweru along the Harare-Bu­l­awayo high­way that left three of his band mem­bers ad­mit­ted at Gweru Pro­vin­cial Hospi­tal

Dr Fabian Mashin­gaidze, the Gweru Pro­vin­cial Hospi­tal su­per­in­ten­dent, con­firmed the in­ci­dent which hap­pened at Chi­wun­dura turnoff. He said Soul­jah Love was treated for mi­nor head in­juries and dis­charged.

He said the ac­ci­dent was caused by a tyre burst which saw the ve­hi­cle in which Soul­jah Love was trav­el­ling, veer­ing off the road and rolling once.

Dr Mashin­gaidze said they treated four pa­tients and dis­charged them while three oth­ers were still ad­mit­ted at the health in­sti­tu­tion.

“There was a road traf­fic ac­ci­dent in the morn­ing at Chi­wun­dura turnoff along the Harare-Bu­l­awayo high­way which left Soul Musaka and six other peo­ple in­jured.

“Some were treated and dis­charged while three oth­ers are still ad­mit­ted,” said Dr Mashin­gaidze.

When The Chron­i­cle vis­ited the hospi­tal, Soul­jah Love was said to have left af­ter re­ceiv­ing treat­ment.

Three pa­tients be­lieved to be mem­bers of his band, Takundwa Chimuchenga, Wal­ter Sakala and Tatenda Madoro were still ad­mit­ted re­ceiv­ing treat­ment for var­i­ous in­juries.

Dr Mashin­gaidze, how­ever, said their in­juries were not life threat­en­ing. This is the third time Soul­jah Love has been in­volved in a car ac­ci­dent in about a year.

The Mbare-bred chanter was meant to per­form at a show in Vic­to­ria Falls at the week­end but is un­likely to make it.

Soul­jah Love in hospi­tal Scene of the ac­ci­dent

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