The mother of Tanzanian superstar singer Diamond Platnumz recently attracted the attention of social media users with an announcement that she posted on her page. The announcement which came as good news to her son and his company of WCB records sparked varied reactions among her fans. Mama Dangote had revealed to her fans details of a multi-million deal that Diamond had signed with Mziiki company.
WCB records benefited with five million US dollars which translates to approximately 11.5 million shillings in Tanzanian currency. The deal went into history as the most expensive one to be signed between a record label and a commercial company.
"Dili hili ni Dili kubwa zaidi kwa Lebo ya Afrika Mashariki kuingia na Kampuni za kusambaza Muziki , na uthibitisho wa namna gani Muziki wa BongoFleva umekua na thamani kubwa company in the entire of East Africa," part of the statement from Mama Dangote read.
The majority of the netizens came out to celebrate the achievement and congratulate the WCB boss. A section of the netizens was amazed at the rate at which Diamond was becoming extremely successful as a musician in the entire continent.
They took to the comment section of the post to express their varied opinions.
The announcement came days after Diamond went into history as the first African musician to reach five million subscribers on YouTube. Diamond was officially declared as the most followed African artist on YouTube.
Diamond has risen to become one of the most recognized musicians internationally from Africa.
Here are some of the reactions that were posted in the comment section of Mama Dangote's post;
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