Prophet Passion Java Pays Tribute To Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure

Flamboyant cleric Prophet Passion Java has paid tribute to the late businessman and socialite Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure who died on Sunday 8 November in a car accident.

Prophet Passion says he owes his fame and massive success on social media to Ginimbi.

According to a report published by H.Merto, the flamboyant cleric says if it were not for Ginimbi he would not have risen to were he is now and that he will forever be indebted to him.

Prophet Passion who arrived in Zimbabwe from his base in the USA to pay his last respect to Ginimbi said he owes his recent success to the late businessman.

Prophet Passion Java Pays Tribute To Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure
Prophet Passion Java Pays Tribute To Genius ‘Ginimbi’ Kadungure

I was known over the years but for the past three years, Ginimbi took my name from 70 per cent to 85 per cent because our internet content reached a lot of people, I don’t know who started comparing the two of us, I never compared myself to him, he never compared himself to me, I even refused to be compared to him.

I checked who Ginimbi was and what I saw myself, I was shocked and asked what people were talking about, because most people don’t know who you are until you throw yourself out there, so he’s a guy that I owe for the rest of my life. Java said.

The youthful cleric said the passing of Ginimbi came as shock and brought great confusion to him as he tried to come to terms with reality.

Hearing about his passing away, I didn’t believe it at first I tried to reach out to different people and then I got the full confirmation that he was no more, I even tried to reach out to him on his phone, it didn’t sit well with me and I was so confused, he said.

Prophet Passion and Ginimbi divided their fans as they were constantly engaged in never-ending social media battles. However, Prophet Passion recently revealed that their battles were not real and that they were an act meant to pull followers.

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