Tanzania's Bongoflava star Diamond Platnumz's daughter Tiffany Dangote popularly known as princess Tiffah has send a heartwarming message to her father after the star lost the BET award to Nigerian singer Burna Boy.
In a video shared through her Instagram stories, Tiffah dedicated a song to her father assuring him of her love for him. In the video, Tiffah is seen singing to Whitney Houston song dubbed "I will always love you" accompanied by a sweet caption meant for his father Diamond Platnumz.
(Princess Tiffah's post)
This comes after the much awaited 21st edition of the BET Awards event which went down on Sunday, June 27 and the WCB president was nominated for the best artiste in the International Act category award alongside talented Wizkid and Burna boy.
However, an optimistic Diamond unfortunately lost the award to Burna Boy making her daughter Tiffah reach out to him to encourage him. According to Tiffah's video, she will always love her father irrespective of everything.
The wasafi CEO earlier on penned down a message of appreciation to his fans for their overwhelming support and love that saw him get nominated for the 2021 BET Awards. According to Diamond he was grateful to his fans and despite the defeat he was set to try again next time.
Tiffah is Diamond's and South African based business woman Zari Hassan's daughter. The young Tiffah has been exciting netizens with charming videos on her social media account which has made her win many hearts.
Below is the video link courtesy of princess Tiffah's Instagram.
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