12 November 2017

Tanzania: Diamond's Brother Reveals Wasafi Records' Biggest Weakness

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Diamond, Zari love-mess grows.

Bongo flava star Diamond Platinumz' brother, Rommy Jones, who is also his DJ, has disclosed one major problem ailing their successful Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) Recording Label.

According to Rommy who was in the country a few days ago, women are the main source of trouble in the label that has employed more than 50 people.

Since Diamond founded Wasafi about three years ago, he has gone on to sign high performing artistes like Rayvanny, Lava Lava, Rich Mavoko, Maromboso, Harmonise and Queen Darling who have made the label successful, however not without courting controversies that have all been associated with women.

"Wanawake wa Tanzanian wanatupenda sana na social media pia na hao ni shida to the office and in our families," Rommy divulged.


In recent months, Diamond has hogged headlines owing to his troubles associated with women.

Most recently he cheated on his partner Zari Hassan with model and video vixen Hamisa Mobetto who has now dragged him to court over child support.

A few months ago, Rayvanny was accused of having an affair with Kenyan socialite Mishi Dora at a time his girlfriend was pregnant.

Harmonize also dumped his older girlfriend actress Jackline Wolper after cheating on her with a caucasian woman called Sarah.

Rommy himself, last year while on a tour with Diamond in Sweden, was accused of rape which led to Diamond cutting short his perfomances.


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