Russia's Defense Ministry said two crew members were able to safely eject from the aircraft.
Passport with alleged Prigozhin body double shared in TikTok that suggested Wagner leader not dead.
Mercenary boss Yevgeny Prigozhin's business ventures also included his "troll factory," which hires people to spread disinformation, and a chocolate museum.
"I must say honestly that Russia is on the brink of disaster," the Wagner Group founder warned in the clip.
Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin's presumed death in a plane crash has led many to believe Russia shot down the aircraft.
"Military and conscientious citizens must take power into their own hands," one Telegram user said.
Hours before leaving on the flight, Raspopova had told her family that take-off had been delayed, posting a photograph from a café, according to one report.
The Wagner Group reportedly planned for "full mobilization" should Yevgeny Prigozhin die, regardless of who was responsible.
The apparent demise of the oligarch and his top commanders means "Wagner is currently leaderless," one analyst told Newsweek.
"If the information about Prigozhin's death is confirmed, we will organize a second 'March of Justice' on Moscow!" a protest movement said.
Wagner Group leader was listed on a flight manifest of passengers on a plane which crashed in Russian territory on Wednesday.
"Everybody would understand that this is payback for insubordination, for criticizing the Russian military," a Russia expert told Newsweek.
"There's not much that happens in Russia that Putin's not behind," U.S. President Joe Biden said in response to reports of Prigozhin's death.
There is a "slim" chance that Yevgeny Prigozhin faked his own death, one political analyst told Newsweek.
Top Biden officials had previously warned that the Wagner chief could be killed off for his short-lived mutiny against Moscow.
Wagner Group leader and founder Yevgeny Prigozhin was reportedly killed Wednesday in a plane crash.
By studying the chemical makeup of the shells of barnacles attached to debris from the aircraft, scientists may be able to track where the plane went down.
One air show spectator told Newsweek that the crash caused an "incredibly huge" fireball.
Both crew members were killed after the plane went down in Russia's western Kaliningrad region.
Several TikTok users were intrigued and impressed by the plane wreck and its surrounding area, with one saying it has a "Lord of the Rings vibe."
The airline alleges that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is responsible after an Italian flight crashed into one of its planes on the ground.
The plane crashed on November 24, 1983, and the wreckage has been left on a hiking trail ever since.
NORAD explained the reason for the sonic boom in a statement and reassured the public the F-16 jets were authorized to go supersonic speeds.
Virginia State Police have suspended search efforts and "no survivors were located," officials confirmed to Newsweek.
Shortly after take-off on February 6, 1996, Birgenair Flight 301 crashed into the sea, killing all 189 on board. Could it happen again?
Videos shared online appear to show the burning wreckage of the Su-34 in the Bryansk Oblast, near Russia's border with Ukraine.
"A lot more can go wrong" with helicopters, said an aviation expert with over 25 years of experience.
The Arkansas plane crash which killed five people took place during a flight bound to a metals plant in Ohio.