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I am a Ugandan Diamond Platnumz reveals

By Michael Nampala 02 Jul 2020 01:04 PM EAT

Diamond Platnumz has a new song out there dubbed Amaboko that he did with Rayvanny and as expected, many have been submitting short clips dancing to the song.

Diamond Platnumz and his Dad

File Photo: Diamond Platnumz and his Dad, ABDUL Juma

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Our very own Triplets Ghetto Kids danced to the song and sent through their clip that left Diamond Platnumz impressed. In his comment, the dad of four revealed that his father is a Ugandan who settled in Tanzania.

"UGANDA you know my Dad is from there and my two kids are from there right...?"

This came as a shocker to many considering that the gap between Diamond and his father has always been wide due to past issues, they recently made up though.

However, the issue of his dad having roots in Uganda is something that was never known, he did not delve into details though.

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The two were last spotted together during the 40 day celebration of Tanasha Donna and Diamond Platnumz's child, Naseeb Junior.

Another clip that the singer shared on his wall was from Rwanda, it had a group of young lads putting up well choreographed dancing patterns.


It is not surprising that the dancing group from Rwanda is jumping in on this challenge. Amaboko is a Rwandese word which means arms or hands.

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