Tanzanian singer and WCB Wasafi CEO, Diamond Platnumz alias Simba has hit out at his principal competitors, Harmonize of Konde Gang Music and Kings Music Founder CEO, Ali Kiba, over their recent moves.
In the past three weeks, Diamond, Harmonize and Ali Kiba have been flexing their musical muscles, especially on YouTube, the largest video sharing platform.
The three have been competing in terms of whose song gains more views on YouTube, how fast it crosses the one million views mark and how fast it joins trends on the platform.
After Diamond's 'Iyo' song gained 7 million in three weeks and overtook Ali Kiba's 'Jelous' song, Diamond took to social media and attacked the singer by saying faking won't prove any point.
Ali Kiba's song had attracted over 5 million when Diamond's song only had 3 million views, yet Diamond had released the song data earlier.
However, Ali Kiba's views stagnated at 6.8 million until Diamond's song overtook it, which proved a point to Tanzanian fans who accuse Ali Kiba and Harmonize of buying views on YouTube.
"Acheni maisha ya kufeki kwa ajili ya sifa, maana feki havidum na mwisho wake ni aibu," Diamond Platnumz said which loosely translates to :
(Do not try to fake things in life because of fame because fake things don't last and its end is a shame)
Ali Kiba left fans talking when his song gained over 2 million in less than three days. He overtook Diamond in terms of views but still, failed to trend at number one, which made people believe he was using robots to boast his views.
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