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Tanzanian Bongo Star Diamond Platinumz is will always remain the king of Music in East Africa and the world in general.

This is not the first time that his music is making rounds and addicting the masses across the continent but definitely, his latest collabo with the great Koffi Olomide has made a statement.

Waah featuring DCR’s Koffi Olomide has received such great reception hitting 10 million views in just a week on YouTube.

It does not stop there, the song has attracted the likes of President Uhuru Kenyatta joining in the famous Waaah dance.

Diamond Platinumz could not hide the joy by thanking the President and the whole of Kenya for the love.

The president is one man open to having some fun and it is not a surprise to see him bust some moves.

He likes to feel part of the youth and was not going to be left behind on this one either.

Uhuru showcased his Waah dancing skills during the ‘Kenya ni Mimi’ campaign in Nairobi and Diamond could not be any happier.

The star expressed his gratitude by posting the video of Uhuru bursting the moves on his Instagram page and thanked him for the support and love from Kenyans.

“Thank you so much, Mr. President, Uhuru Kenyata and the whole of Kenya for the love…seeing our leaders supporting our work, means a lot to us….and not only as musicians but the African youth.” He wrote.

Comedian Dan Ndambuki alias Churchill went to comment on the post by describing our cool president as a bazu after all which president is open to dabbing, participating in the Jerusalema challenge and now hopping on that Waah vibe?

This comes days after Octopizzo blasted Kenyans for supporting Diamond Platinumz and neglecting our own artists such as Otile Brown.

“MFs out here Gassing Diamond but will not support Otile Brown. The Mediocrity on these platforms. Smh,” (SIC) stated the king of rap world, on one of his twitter posts on 1st of December, 2020.

The post received mixed reactions and sent the Netizens into heated debates about the content in local music. Some even claimed that Otile Brown’s music is “trash” and that no one would like to keep said “trash” in their house.

However, the Namba Nane Hip-hop artist didn’t seize tweeting to defend his initial statement.

Other people blamed the Kenyan radio stations for playing either foreign music or the ‘bad’ Kenyan music.

In support of Octopizzo, some people said that Otile Brown is creative and he produces great music, it’s only that Kenyans are “hypocrites and traitors” and therefore they do not support their own.


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