Photos: Zimbabwean Singer Labash Survives Car Crash in South Africa

Lloyd Muponda aka King Labash.

Cape Town-based dancehall artiste, King Labash, has been left nursing injuries after his classy BMW rolled off the road on the eve of christmas near Bloemfontein.

Labash was on his way back from Zimbabwe where he had gone for holiday.

Labash’s car veered off the road and rolled two times before halting by the roadside. The car was damaged beyond repair.

Labash and an unnamed passenger were rescued by the paramedics before being rushed to Bloemfontein hospital.

The two were discharged on christmas day and took a flight to Cape Town.

Talking to Allnet Africa, the shaken artiste thanked God for the miraculous survival.
“I have no words except to thank God.”

King Labash is a Zim-dancehall artiste and a member of the Cape Town-based South African award-winning Ska and Reggae band called The Rudimentals.

He is known for his 2005 track Kukonzeresa. He rose to fame with songs such as ‘Body Slam_Hande’, ‘Zvaakumberi’, ‘Babie Ukunhuhwirira’, ‘Picture Me’ and ‘Mistake’. In 2002, he released his debut album titled ‘Talents’.

King Labash was lucky to survive after his BMW rolled twice along N1 in Bloemfontein.

The remains of Labash’s BMW after the crash.
King Labash came out of the accident with minor injuries.