Tanzanian's bongo star, Diamond Platinumz's mother, Bi. Sandra Kassim has urged his son to marry as she revealed that Diamond is in love.
Via her instagram page, mama Dangote was excited with her son's involvement back into the dating scenes and she urged him to settle down.
She wrote, "nashindwa kuelezea furaha yangu mwanangu Naseeb @diamondplatnumz 🦁hapa sasa umepata mwenza, utulie Babangu Uoe."
Diamond's mother has been very close to his son and they enjoy a very healthy relationship.
Diamond's sister, Esma Dangote also congratulated his brother for finding love once more.
These news come at a crucial time after Diamond was spotted kissing his wcb wasafi signee, the award winning Zuchu. This raised eyebrows among Diamonds fans.
In the 'mtasubiri' video, which has gone ahead to break records by accumulating numerous views on you tube within a short period of time, Zuchu is seen kissing her boss, Diamond.
Could this be a confirmation of a romantic relationship between the two?
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