I played a lot but God’s grace helped me to escape without any consequences –  Diamond Platnumz

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I played a lot but God's grace helped me to escape without any consequences -  Diamond Platumnz

It appears that Tanzanian artiste and Wasafi Classic Records (WCB) Boss Diamond Platnumz is tired of his philandering life and is keen to settle down with Tanasha Donna.

Recently, the Bongo Fleva celeb, who became an advocate for safe sex in a campaign between Tume ya Kudhibiti Ukimwi Tanzania (TACAIDS) and Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB), said he was lucky enough to have never contracted any sexually transmitted disease during his flamboyant lifestyle.

Addressing some students at Musoma Utalii College in Tabora, Diamond said he could have contracted HIV/AIDS if it were not for the grace of God.

“If I must be honest with you, I played around. I played a lot but was lucky enough to escape without any consequences,” he said.

“Mimi niliparamia mambo Mungu akaninusuru sana, niliparamia kweli kweli. Lakini nikapenya kwenye tundu la sindano na sitaki kurudi kule nilitoka kabisa. Nawaelimisha nyinyi na najielimisha na nafsi yangu. Kama nimeamua kutulia na Tanasha na basi ikawa hivyo.”

Which is translated, “I lived for the things God helped me a lot, I did. But I penetrated the needle and didn’t want to go back there when I left. I educate you and I educate myself. If have decided to stay with Tanasha and this will help me stop those illicit ways.”

Diamond also stated that this is the right time for him to create a legacy for the younger generation. 

“I am at the most valuable time of my life. I have always desired to impact lives by using my talent to reach out to the younger generation. It is not me dishing out advice, it also about me adding knowledge,” Diamond said.

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