The famous bongo artists, Alikiba and Platinumz, used to be best of friends during the beginning of their career in music. The two even had plans of coming up with many songs together, but this never came to pass after their beef started.Diamond Platinumz, who is the owner and founder of the wasafi records, is currently the most popular bongo artist in the world. According to Alikiba, Diamond started disrespecting him when his journey took a positive turn.All this started when the two came up with a song "lala salama" which Alikiba claims he was supposed to be part of it but his friend denied him the chance to participate in it.This made the star furious to an extend of him deleting Diamond's number and everything they ever shared. Alikiba felt betrayed and he could no longer trust Diamond again.Although allegations were made that the two had reconciled after the death of the former late president of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli, none of them has come to make it clear to the public on what's the current state of their relationship.Below is the link to the full video. Kindly share with us your take concerning Alikiba's words and domt don't forget to follow us for more of our news.
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