1000’s of individuals attended the burial of Zimdancehall musician Soul Jah Love actual title Soul Muzavazi Musaka at Warren Hills Cemetery regardless of the Covid -19 laws which limit mourners to 30.
The musician died on Tuesday after succumbing to diabetes.
There was chaos on the cemetery as hundreds of followers wished to pay their final respects with police doing their finest to manage the state of affairs.
Some tombstones at Warren Hills had been destroyed as followers jostled, climbing on high of the tombstones as they tried to catch a glimpse of the burial proceedings.
Others even misplaced their cell phones. Followers performed a few of Soul Jah Love songs from their automobiles whereas chanting his favorite line “Chibaba-Chibaba”
In an interview with one fan identifed as Mose (33) who walked all the best way from Chitungwiza to bid farewell to the Liberation hero, he mentioned Soul Jah Love is a real hero.
“Vakagona… thanks for honouring Soul Jah Love. Think about I needed to stroll from Chitungwiza to Warren Hills. We’re a workforce of eight ghetto youths. He used to entertain us. My first born is named Saul. I gave him that title due to my idol Jah Love, ” he mentioned.