Zuchu Othman Soud is a Tanzanian female star and prominent music sensation who is famously known as Zuchu. The female singer rose to fame and broke lots of music boundaries when she became the first singer to be awarded by Youtube for gaining 100,000 subscribers within a week.
Zuchu is a singer, songwriter, artist, musician, model and a brand ambassador for endorsing hair styles on her Instagram page. She is signed under a music recording label that is owned and managed by Diamond Platinums, WCB. She opened up about fame and how she has had to pay the price of it in an Instagram post. She has lost friends and been surrounded by fake people.
The "sukari" hit singer opened up about fame in a long caption on Instagram. She went on and said "one of the biggest lessons I've learnt from my journey is that the bigger you grow the fake people around you come. Fame has a price and in most cases is loosing people. People you possibly thought you knew or trusted become strangers in no time. Wow, but hey, it's called life." She captioned her Instagram post.
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