Zola 7 Car Accident – Musician and TV have Bonginkosi Dlamini who’s usually called Zola 7 bear a horrendous minor collision in January while driving in Meadowlands, Soweto. Even though there have been pieces of tattle that suggested that the Kwaito star was driving impaired, Sunday World has stated something different. As demonstrated by the article, Zola 7 truly persevered through an epileptic seizure and collided with a spaza shop in Meadowlands, Soweto.
As demonstrated by Sunday World, Dlamini’s car crash fiercely slammed into the shop and pulled out all the strong tables and seats which achieved Dlamini enduring injuries to his neck and back.
The spaza owner, Mpanzi said she was sitting before the TV and heard a boisterous impact and when she went outside to check, she was astonished to see it was the TV star: “I went to the vehicle to check who the driver was and found that it was Zola 7. Exactly when my mother and I asked him what happened, he removed a holder from the vehicle and unveiled to us that he persevered through a couple of fits when he was driving and neglected to keep a grasp on the vehicle and hit our seats and tables. He was the grumbling of neck and back tortures.”
The spaza show owners, Tsholofelo Mpanzi and Busisiwe Tsitsi, who called a salvage vehicle to help Dlamini are at present purportedly vexed that the TV star hasn’t respected their agree to fix all the damages and have now taken to Sunday World offer what happened.
This is what Mpanzi communicated to the Sunday paper: “One of my neighbours called his cousin who appeared and pushed his vehicle, a faint Ford Fiesta, into the yard of my other neighbour for the wellbeing of security. Zola promised to fix the hurt seats and tables before he left with his cousin.”
The owners of the spaza then sent the media character an SMS on the nineteenth of February when the TV star was a turn up missing. The SMS read: “Incredible evening, I believe you are well. You pledged to come through today any way you didn’t pitch. No correspondence, nothing. I think I have given you adequate freedom to come and fix the damages that you caused. I’m giving you until Sunday to come and fix all damages. Have yourself an extraordinary evening.”