"Dah Kaka Ww ni jiniii" which loosely translates to OMG! brother you are a devil, a netizen by his Instagram handle @djkelvin reacted on Diamond Platnumz's comment section when the WCB Wasafi CEO shared a recent video of his Together For Peace Concert show performing to more than 100,000 people in South Sudan.
The Baba Lao hitmaker took to his Instagram page to share the above screenshot from the video he uploaded as he captioned it,
"Words can't express how grateful I am SOUTH SUDAN....trust me, I Love you more..DODOMA see you at JAMUHURI STADIUM on the 31st of Dec....song: BABA LAO."
Diamond is a beast when it comes to live shows no doubt about that. His recent show in South Sudan was one for the records. To see a country that has been in war for years show him that much love is incredible. During his performance the crowd, Sudanese people sang along to his every song. From Marry you featuring Neyo, Tetema a joint song with Rayvanny to Baba Lao.
To see a fan say "Daah Kaka wewe ni Jini" means that he couldn't believe it. Diamond is a great artiste who has done wonders and still doing wonders. He has taken our East African sound global and it's high time we give this man his flowers when he's alive and not wait for his death to shower him with all the praises.
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