Diamond Platnumz, whose real name is Naseeb Abdul Juma, is counting his blessings one by one. There was a time he was unable to buy things he saw others use, today, he can boldly walk into a mall and spend millions.
Diamond Platnumz has spent N9.7M ($48,000) to buy a new pendant bearing his nickname Simba complete with an image depicting the head of a Lion.
He also warned that artistes should avoid putting on fake chains because they risk getting cancer. Remember Diamond Platnumz lost his white gold and diamond chains during the first Wasafi Festival held in Kenya.
While some people would be vexed after losing such a prized possession, Diamond decided to be positive about it and said that the chain was a sacrifice, he was willing to make for the massive support his fans had shown him during the festival.
Diamond flaunted some photos of the jewelry he walks around in. Believe it or not, the gold and diamond chains on his neck cost around $50,000. Undoubtedly, Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz is one of the highest earning musicians in East Africa.
Photo credit :Diamond Platinumz
He recently purchased jewelry totaling to $70,000 last year, and he is excitement at spending such a huge amounts on bracelets and necklaces.
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