Tanzanian singer and songwriter Ally Saleh Kiba is popularly known by many by his stage name as Alikiba. He is the founder and CEO of King Music Label. Alikiba rose to fame after his hit album Cinderella broke the record in East Africa as the most selling song.
The 'Aje' hitmaker has reacted after learning that Wasafi CEO Naseeb Abdul Juma Issack known by his stage name as Diamond Platinumz has been complaining after he appeared in the Forbes list of the richest artists in Africa.
However, according to the King Music Label CEO, he did not see the point of the 'Waah' hitmaker trying to convince everyone that he was rich.
He told him that he may convince every Tanzanian that he is rich and they believe him, but he could not change what Forbes found out. He said:' Haina haja yakulalamika Sisi ukituambia kama unahela tutaamini inatosha ila wale wana Akili ndefu (mediocre).'
These two artists have not been in good times for a while now, and this is something that has affected their working relationship.
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