Diamond Loves His Rolls-Royce More Than His Child Tiffah, Says Baba Levo
Tanzanian Singer and Wasafi Presenter Baba Levo has come under heavy criticism for disclosing that Diamond loves his newly acquired Rolls-Royce more than his child Tiffah.
The ‘Shusha’ Singer made the statement while on the ‘Mgahawa Show’ on Wasafi T.v, “Diamond anapenda lile gari kuliko Tiffah, nakwambia ukweli mapenzi nimeyaona” Said Baba Levo.
Diamond Frequently Kisses The Rolls-Royce- When he was taken to task over the statement with the comparison of a car’s love to that of a human being, he didn’t mince his words, he affirmed that he’s close to Diamond and has seen him give much attention to the whip than his child who’s miles away in South Africa.
“Mimi niko karibu na Diamond naona Diamond yuko karibu na gari, sasa hivi Tiffah yuko Sauzi (South Africa), kitu unachokipenda unakuwa nacho karibu au unakuwanacho mbali? Diamond kila dakika akifika anaibusu,anaingia ndani akitaka kwenda kuoga anaibusu tena, anabusu hela zake hauelewi “Stated Baba Levo.
Haters Say It’s Second Hand after Diamond added the Rolls-Royce to the list of his many car’s he has since attracted love and hate in equal measure,the naysayers have had the opinion that the Wasafi Boss bought a second hand vehicle which is costing Diamond rounds at the garage, something Baba Levo vehemently denied.
“Wanaitengenezea 3D inaonekana gari inaenda garage sijui gari inaenda wapi unaona bhana kumuharibia ionekane kama ni gari imeenda garage”Said Baba Levo,
He maintained that the car is in good shape and has been driven twice since it’s acquisition.” Gari ya Diamond Platinumz mimi ndio chawa wake nakaa seat ya nyuma imetoka nyumbani kwa Diamond mara mbili peke yake… Mara ya kwanza alikuwa anaenda kwenye Yatch kwa ajili ya kufanya party baharini mara ya pili wakati anapelekwa kwenda South Africa kupanda private jet”He added.
State Of The Art Car the Rolls-Royce is one of a kind boasting comfort and opulence with a starting price of about 33 million.Diamond must have worked pretty well to get the machine.
By Steve Osaka.