Hanstone was an upcoming musician and still is that was to be nurtured by WCB which is a music recording label rinned and owned by Diamond Platimums. He was signed by the super star but then benched for awhile.
When the parents to Hanstone saw that their child was benched for so long, his folks went on to confront Mama Dangote who is Diamond's mother. They went to talk as parent to parent about how their son has been benched for so long without being branded.
(Photo Courtesy)When Diamond figured out what Hanstone's parents did, the super star fired him for impatience and other unknown reasons. When the young artist was fired, he went on Instagram and clapped back at Diamond for firing him. In his Instagram stories, he wrote "yoo! Everyone is replaceable. Not me though, ya'll be safe! 😎".
Netizens quickly reacted to his post that was posted online. Hanstone was trying to mean that he is irreplaceable. Netizens called him rude claiming that his rudeness might also been a part of the reason why he was fired from WCB.
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