According to the singer, he had the child with a woman from Mwanza while he was still a upcoming artist. He later lost contact with the child's mother and efforts to find her and the child have been futile. Diamond's revelation comes days after he dismissed claims of cheating on heavily pregnant Tanasha with Lulu Diva after they were caught on tape getting cozy during the album launch of DJ Rommy Jones in Dar es Salaam.
Diamond Platnumz Hunting for His 7-Year-Old Child He Has Never Seen
Nairobi News, 6 August 2019
Bongo flava star Diamond Platinumz has revealed shocking details of his first-born child he fathered seven years ago and whose whereabouts he has no clue. Read more »
It seems there is no end in sight in the drama surrounding Diamond Platnumz and mother of his children Zari Hassan. This comes after Zari says he hasn't been in contact with his ... Read more »
Rumours of Tanasha's pregnancy emerged about two months ago after fans noticed her protruding tummy when she was on a night out with the popular singer in Nairobi. "There is no ... Read more »
It appears the Tetema hit maker is spending an arm and a leg to keep his relationship with his Kenyan lover afloat, as she has to constantly visit him. The two have been dating for ... Read more »
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