ST. CATHERINE, JAMAICA. (THECOUNT) — Tashana Cumbermack of Canada, has been identified as the victim in a two-vehicle crash involving Jamaican reggae artist, Munga Honourable.

In a shocking coincidence, Cumbermack’s final Facebook post features a song from, “Munga Honourable,” the very man who would be involved in the accident that took her life. More exclusive details below.


According to reports, Damion Rhoden, the “Who Drink Out the Red Label Wine?” singer, and three other men were travelling in a Toyota, when for unknown reasons, the vehicle lost control before 6 a.m. on Mandela Highway in St Catherine, and struck a Suzuki Vitara SUV.

The SUV then collided into a minibus, in which 26-year-old Cumbermack was a passenger.

Rhoden and another man involved in the crash were transported to area hospitals in stable condition.

Cumbermack was also transported to the hospital where she was later pronounced dead of multiple blunt force trauma injuries.

Shockingly, Cumbermack’s final Facebook post shared a song performed by Munga Honourable.

Via Tashana Cumbermack Facebook, December 30, 2018 at 6:13 PM:

“Everybody go and watch 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 #NahMad”

Rhoden is known as the “The Gangsta Ras” and “Wanted Man.” Munga started out in the music business when he entered the Red Label Wine Superstar Competition in 1997 with his original song “Who Drink Out The Red Label Wine,” according to jamaica-gleaner.

In 2017, Rhoden was listed as a Person Of Interest after Warehouse Operator Cleveland ‘Bigs’ Smith was killed in the Ackee Walk, St Andrew community at an event on May 13, 2017, according to thetropixs.

The ‘Gangsta Ras’ hired Attorney Christopher Townsend and turned himself into the Hunts Bay Police Station on Tuesday for Questioning however he denied any involvement with the killing and was released Thursday evening, thetropixs wrote.

At the time, Munga was arrested and charged with murder. That case is still pending.

Anyone with information on the crash should contact police at your local 911.

St Catherine is a parish in the south east of Jamaica. It is located in the county of Middlesex, and is one of the island’s largest and most economically valued parishes because of its many resources, according to Wikipedia.