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Diamond Platnumz rubbishes claims that his rolls royce broke down

by | Jul 31, 2021 | Entertainment | 0 comments

Renowned Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz has shut down rumours alleging that his brand new Rolls Royce Cullinan broke down.

Netizens were confident enough the posh vehicle had broken down after spotting a video of a similar car being pulled into a garage.

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Taking to his Instastory on Friday, July 30, the star angrily cleared the air setting it right that his over KSh 35 million vehicle was in good condition.

According to Diamond, such rumours were spread by his haters who try every day to bring him down.

He blasted garage workers who went extreme and used 3D paints in making the broken vehicle look similar to his only to tarnish his name.

He further said that the car has only move into his compound twice since it’s arrival in Tanzania.

“Don’t get it twisted! Since my vehicle arrived in the country, it has left my compound only twice. The first time was when I went on a yacht, and the second time, I was chauffeured in it to the airport on my way to South Africa.

They are using a fake 3D car that looks like my Rolls Royce to lie to people that my vehicle was at their garage,” he wrote.

Social media users landed into the comment section reacting to the singers response.

@mohreu._: “You are being unfair to Diamond.”

@collins___tx: “If I was Diamond, I would have accepted the claims. After all, the vehicle is his.”

@eddiedirtcurse: “What am I supposed to do with this information?”

@flossytrukid: “Told you this Rolls Royce had some story.”

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@_jedsonstanley: “Alaaaah.”

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