Diamond Platinumz has caused a stir online after being spotted in a torn full neck. The popular Tanzanian artist has surprised his fans. This is because they hold him with high esteem. Fans can't believe that a talented and rich musician wears torn clothes. They feel as if he should have bought a new full neck or sew it. However, its too late to correct the mistake since everyone has seen it already.
Diamond Platinumz is commonly known for his songs such as Waah ft Kofi Olomide. He is also known through his former partners, Zari Hassan and Hamissa Mobetto. Fans fail to hide their excitement and disappointment in his comment section. Some went ahead to defend him. They said he is also a human being. Others even added on that no one is perfect. However, most of his fans didn't understand how such a successful artist could wear worn out clothes.
Below are some of the screenshots that reveal what his fans had to say.
Diamond Platinumz [Image|Courtesy].
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