Watch Diamond Fight Off His Security To Hug Crying Fan

"Nawapenda na kuwaheshimu wote."

By  | Jan 07, 2021, 12:30 PM  | Diamond Platnumz  | Top of The

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Diamond made a young boy’s day when he give him a long hug and a pep talk.

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Chibu had to stop his personal security and Tanzanian police from dragging the boy away after he sneaked up to embrace his musical hero.

The “WAAH!” singer was in Dodoma, Tanzania to launch his Wasafi FM radio station in the city and to give back to his fans. And for a moment that a small boy will remember for the rest of his life, Diamond paused his day's efforts to meet and hug the young fan.

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“Mwenyez Mungu amekupa nafasi ili nawe kuwapa wenzio fursa waweze kujikwamua kimaisha....sio kila utaempa nafasi atakuletea Matokea Chanya....Usihuzunike, kubaliana na hilo na uendelee kutoa Misaada, kuwapenda na kuwaheshimu wote 🙏🏼.”

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Diamond gave away bags of food, performed for the thousands of gathered fans and took time to interact up close with his fans. Further proof that our East African neighbours are not dealing with the coronavirus pandemic like we are here in Kenya.

No Wasafi TV, no problem

Diamond’s charitable acts come only a day after his Wasafi-owned TV station was shut down for 6 months by the Tanzania communication regulatory authority for breaching decency laws.

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The suspension came after Wasafi Records singer Gigy Money appeared on the station in skimpy clothing during her show at a recent Tumewasha Festival.

But Diamond, whose Wasafi Empire owns and runs multiple media outlets, doesn't seem fazed by the news of the ban. He is yet to even address the issue publicly.

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Safe to say that with the billions in Tanzanian shillings Chibu Dangote collects from his iTunes and YouTube streams, a six month TV ban only represents cheap change to the filthy rich singer.

Just yesterday, YouTube unveiled a list of the top 10 most streamed African music videos of 2020, and Diamond appeared three times. Including two of the top three most played songs- with Jeje and Waah.

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