Netizens have today been wowed by a throwback photo of the veteran Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz back in the days when he was still a child.
Diamond Platnumz was raised by a single mother and his side 'dad' Abdul. It is alleged that Diamond neglected Abdul after he became rich and he is now languishing in abject poverty.
Diamond is currently a Bongo Flava star who is renowned both in East Africa and beyond. Diamond has risen to the ranks of the top artistes in Africa. He is the first musician in Sub-Saharan Africa to attain a whopping number of 5million subscribers on YouTube.
In a photo shared on the Instagram page of Embassy of Diamond Platnumz, Diamond is seen while seated together with his mum and Abdul. The Bongo Flava star looked young and promising. They captioned the post, "Umejifunza nini kupitia hii picha?"
The post elicited mixed reactions from fans. While some fans commented that they have learnt that life is a long journey, others commented that Diamond neglected Abdul and that he should do something for him.
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