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I Loved It When Diamond Platnumz Assaulted Me – Wema Sepetu

Diamond Diamond Platnumz and Wema Sepetu

Diamond Diamond Platnumz and Wema Sepetu

Tanzanian actress and beauty queen, Wema Sepetu has come out to share her experience with popular musician, Diamond Platnumz.

She revealed in a recent interview with Ijumaa Wikienda.

According to her, what she misses the most from their relationship is how he used to beat her and then show her love later.

She added that she absolutely loved how he battered her because he knew just how to pamper her after he does that.

Her words, “He would beat me up thoroughly.

“Ironically, I loved it when he battered me, I just don’t know why that was the case. But, I remember he would pamper me after assaulting me, and, I think I loved it because he’d give me attention after the battering. Honestly speaking, I miss being beaten up by him, a lot.

“I remember there was a day he saw a suggestive message on my phone. Out of anger, he gave me a hard slap on the cheek. My siblings came to know that I was a victim of domestic abuse. They pleaded with me to leave him, but I told them that they should leave me alone as I was enjoying being beaten up by him.”

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Nasibu Abdul Juma Issack (born 2 October 1989), popularly known by his stage name Diamond Platnumz, is a Tanzanian bongo flava recording artist, actor, dancer, philanthropist and a businessman from Tandale, Dar es Salaam. He is the founder and CEO of WCB Wasafi Record Label also a TV Station titled Wasafi Tv & a radio station titled Wasafi Fm.

He has had several hit songs including “Number One” featuring Nigerian artist Davido. Diamond won numerous awards at Channel O, MTV Awards, Soundcity, Kilimnjaro Music Awards, Headies, Afrima, Afrimma, Kora, AEA, the HiPipo Music Awards and more.

Diamond Platnumz is considered influential among his fans, and is said to be the most loved and decorated artiste in East and Central Africa at the moment.

He was believed to be the highest selling Tanzanian artist of ringtones by mobile phone companies in 2013 as well as being among the artists earning the highest income in the African Great Lakes region’s music industry.

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