Tanzanian Artists are known to pull different stunts on social media no matter who is involved. Just some few days ago Rayvanny and Harmonize trended for all the bad reasons after exposing their private affairs for the public to see.
Today Tanzanian artists have been warned on sharing their private matters on social media. This includes their relationships and whom they have had an affair with. Their Minister of Entertainment questioned that, "if they don't benefit from it, then why would they do it?" Since it destroys their public image both locally and Internationally. Which in turn affect their fans and their music sell.She says that relationships should be private,and it shouldn't involve the third party which are people from social media. She further asks artists to stop sleeping with each other which is the route to all the stunts that we have all witnessed on social media. She rather advises them to settle and marry rather than sleeping with different girls ,yet they air it out to the public like it's some pride.
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