When you hear the name Diamond Platnumz, What comes to mind is a constant good flux and Luxurious lifestyle. Well, the month of May has not started good for him as Tanzanian bongo singer, H Baba alleged his controversial side.
According to the sultry-voiced musician, Diamond stole his songs including 'Nataka Kulewa' hit song that gave him recognition to the world.
Speaking during an exclusive interview, H Baba disclosed that he was once an affiliate of Diamond during the time of Shwarbabu music records.
Shocking still, H Baba has made it known that 'Zilizopendwa' single by Diamond Platnumz is also one of his writings that he had stolen from him before. He also noted that he could have taken legal action against him but he is not used to such norm.
Defending himself, the 'mariam' hitmaker divulged hat he is speaking nothing but the truth. He also noted that he is ready to face up to Tanzanian authorities if he is making false accusations about the bongo superstar.
Meanwhile, fans have been brought into speculations, many have wondered if the allegations are true or false.
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