Munga Denies Driving Ill-fated Axio

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Dancehall entertainer, Munga Honourable, is denying that he was the driver of a Toyota Axio motorcar in which a woman died following a collision on the Mandela Highway on Saturday.

Dead is 26-year old Canadian national, Tashana Cumbermack.

In a post on Instagram earlier this week, Munga said contrary to media reports he was not the driver of the vehicle.

Munga says both he and Miss Cumbermack were in the back of the car sleeping when the crash occurred. He received injuries to his head and chest.

The artiste was treated at the hospital and released. A Police investigation is underway.

During his social media post, the entertainer also paid tribute to Miss Cumbermack and apologized to her Mother. He wrote “my heart cries – what can I do to bring you back”.

Munga is a veteran dancehall entertainer. He recently re-emerged on the dancehall scene with his hit single – ‘Nah Mad’. He’s currently before the Court on a murder charge.

Munga is accused of killing a man a few years after the man allegedly chopped him several times.

That incident had also resulted in the Artiste being hospitalized.

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