Wasafi Classic Baby record label Chief Executive officer, Diamond Platinumz is arguably the best artist in Eastern and Central Africa with more than 5 million subscribers on YouTube. He also has a total of 12.2 million followers on his instagram page. He was recently featured by Mbosso in the Baikoko song which was released in last week and the hit song is making trends to all music lovers.
Yesterday night he posted a very cute photo with his two children whom he sired with the Ugandan model and business woman, Zarina Hassan. Diamond's first child with her divorced wife is Princess Tiffah while the second is a boy by the name Prince Nillan. The pic sparked a lot of mixed reactions among netizens in the social media space many commenting with fire emojis meaning 'its lit'. Here are some of the comments;
As I conclude would like you embrace this fatherly act of this popular Tanzanian artist who is giving his children the affection they deserve even though they are not living together as a family bacause of the divorce issue. Lastly hit the subscribe button on my channel and don't forget to like, share and comment about this story.
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