Bongo star Rayvanny has hit the headlines once again after reportedly setting his own car on fire.
According to reports, the singer set his car on fire for purposes of shooting a video of his new song featuring Mario dubbed Te Quiero.
Rayvanny made the revelation in an update on Instagram where he noted that the video is one of the most expensive projects he has ever done.
He also asked his video director to avoid ideas that include burning properties.
“Najua kweli ni uhalisia lakini yani hakuna scene imeniumiza moyo kama scene ya kuchoma gari. Director Eris Mzava naomba tuishie hapa kuchoma choma vitu
“R.I.P Teza, unabidi ujiite mjinga kama utatukana kazi ya sanaa au kuona ni kufuru no huu ni uwekezaji… Link in my bio kuona movie nzima. Baddest director Eris Mzava this video is fire,” Rayvanny said.
The singer also stated that the scene where he hired a plane with 100 passengers onboard was one of the most expensive scenes.
“Katika expensive scenes kuwahi kutokea ni ile ya Airport. More than 100 people on set alafu ndani kabisaa ya airport, sio tu Airport. Kukodi ndege tena muda wa usiku iliwalazimu wa cancel sagfari watupe sisi
“Ikuwahi kuwaza kuna siku ningekodi ndege tena ya abiria. Haikua rahisi hata kidogo. Imagine team nzima ya technical ya ndege kwa ajili ya Rayvanny,” he added.
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As earlier reported, Rayvanny caused a stir online after sensationally claiming that he deliberately set one of his houses on fire.
The singer is said to have burnt down his mansion for the purpose of a music video for his new song featuring Zuchu.
Rayvanny bragged about the music video saying it was the most expensive video that has ever been recorded in Tanzania.
“I’m not sure if there is any other video shot in Tanzania that cost more money than this. A lot of money was used
“I have never seen any kind of a video shoot in Tanzania. All participants did a good job,” the musician said.
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