Diamond Platnumz is one of the few East and Central African musicians who are known for pulling an electrifying show on stage, probably the best. His dancing skills are a topping to his hit songs which makes his audience go wild during his performances.
The bongo star escalated tension among his fans on Christmas day after uploading worrying videos of him hospitalized. However, he later informed his fans that he was well and sound and thanked all those who wished him a quick recovery.
With his highly anticipated end-of-year show in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the "Chitaki" hitmaker has hinted at a big surprise to his fans. Taking to his official Instagram account, Diamond has revealed that he will be bringing a lion with him on stage during his show which will be happening on Saturday 31, December.
"Nikumuelewesha @younglunya jinsi simba nitaingia naye vipi stejini..... Hakubaliani kabisa na wazo la mimi kupanda na simba stejini," reads part of his caption.
According to the bongo star, bringing with him a lion on stage is a great idea as it will make his show hit the headlines.
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