Diamond Platnumz Net Worth
Diamond Platinumz is Tanzania’s highest-paid, most-decorated, and most-wanted artiste. During an interview, Diamond stated that he is worth a stunning $12 million according to CAknowledge. He charges at least $200,000 for local events and more than $70000 for foreign shows. Other sources of income include mobile phone ringtones and endorsements from big corporations such as Pepsi, Itel Vodacom, Red Gold, and DSTV.
Diamond Platnumz Bio
Diamond Platnumz is a Bongo Flava recording artist and dancer from Tanzania. Nasibu Abdul Juma was born on October 2, 1989. He has multiple popular songs, including “Number One,” in which he collaborated with Nigerian singer Davido.
Diamond received multiple honors at the Channel O and HiPipo Music Awards. In May 2012, he performed at the Big Brother Africa 7 eviction event. Diamond is regarded as influential by his admirers and is often regarded as the most popular and decorated East and Central African artist at the moment.
He is thought to be the Tanzanian musician with the most ringtones sold by mobile phone providers in 2013, as well as one of the artists with the highest income in the African Great Lakes region’s music industry.
Diamond Platnumz Age
As of 2023, Platnumz is 33 years. He was born in Tanzania on October 2, 1989. Every year on October 2nd, he throws a massive party to celebrate his birthday.
Diamond Platnumz Family
Abdul Juma and Sanura Kasimu had a child named Diamond. His father was not a part of his boyhood, thus he does not speak much about him. He grew up with Romeo Abdul Jones and Esma Platnumz. Diamond’s half-sister is queen darling, and he shares his father.
Diamond Platnumz Wife
Diamond dated Wema Sepetu, the 2006 Miss Tanzania, in 2014. They split up in December of 2014.
Zari Hassan went on to date the African Beauty singer. They began as pals and constantly refuted reports that they were dating. They revealed their romance when they attended the Channel O Video Awards in South Africa while holding hands. In August 2015, they welcomed their first child, Lattiffa Dangote, and in December 2015, they welcomed their second child, Prince Nillan.
Their relationship experienced ups and downs as a result of repeated cheating rumors until it ended in February 2018. Zari claimed Diamond continued to be publically close with his ex-wives even after she forgave him for impregnating Hammisa Mobetto. She decided to call it quits after the singer publicly humiliated her.
During the filming of the Salome video, the two began their romance. Zari was in South Africa taking care of her business when they had their affair. Their affair resulted in the birth of their son Dylan, who was kept hidden from the media until it was revealed that he was his son. Zari’s heart was broken, yet she chose to forgive him and stand with him. Hamisa and Diamond were dating until August 2018, when The Kwangwaru hit the creator and claimed Hamisa used witchcraft to get him into marriage.
Hamisa is now a businesswoman who manages her #mobettostyles fashion line, has endorsement deals, and makes club appearances.
Tanasha was also Diamond’s partner, a Kenyan Italian artist, actress, and radio presenter. Their relationship began in late 2018, and they have displayed a few ambitions since then. Zari became aware of their relationship when she made a remark about their marriage and having a child.
Diamond has shown Tanasha his undying love by gifting her a car on her birthday and even organizing a large birthday party for her. Tanasha and Diamond’s mother have the same birthday, which is surprising. The couple said that they are expecting a son by the end of 2019.
Diamond Platnumz Kids
Diamond is the father of four known children. Latifa Dangote and Prince Nillan were born to the singer Zari Hassan, Dylan and Hamissa Mobeto, and Tanasha Dona.
Diamond Platnumz Education History
In 1995, he enrolled in Chakula Bora Nursery School, and in 1996, he enrolled in Tandale Magharibi Primary School, where he graduated in 2002. He began his secondary school career in 2003 and graduated in 2006.
Diamond Platnumz Career Background
Nasib Juma grew up copying local and international singers and singing their songs on various occasions. His mother purchased albums from various musicians and coached him in drafting words for some songs so that he could sing them effortlessly.
The singer’s mother took him to several talent contests in the hopes that he would get an opportunity to sing; this was against the wishes of other family members who believed that music was a waste of time and could never be a vocation; instead, they wanted her to urge him to focus on school.
Making a living as an artist was not simple. In order to raise funds for a studio session in 2007, the kwangwaru hitmaker was compelled to participate in informal jobs such as selling second-hand garments, filling station attendants, freelancing as a photographer, and any other employment that paid a small amount of money. He used to engage in illicit gaming in order to fund the recording of his debut studio song.
It was difficult for him to save enough money for one studio session while also providing for his family with the money he earned. He was obliged to sell his mother’s gold ring in secret to pay for his session. The song was not an instant smash because it was his first time in the studio, but it opened doors for him and marked the beginning of his path as a bongo Flava music artist.
Diamond met Chizo Mapene through that song, and he volunteered to be his Manager, controlling all of his artistic endeavors. The deal was for them to make an album, but money became an issue, and their working partnership ended without the album being released.
Dreams were broken, and royalty was put to the test; relationships ended, and friends became strangers. Diamond Platnumz couldn’t get a studio to sign him, and his fiancée left him, saying she couldn’t be with someone who couldn’t provide for her; a dreamer who believes he would be one of Tanzania’s great singers, living the life of a star.
Diamond Platnumz met Papaa Misifa in 2009, who agreed to fund his first single, “Nenda Kamwambie.” That was the tune that got him started in the music industry.