Popular Bongo star Naseeb Abdul Juma alias Diamond Platnumz is set to walk off the market once again just five months after his split with Kenyan girlfriend Tanasha Donna.
This time round, the father of five will be going an extra mile with legalizing his new relationship unlike his formerly renown love games.
Speaking during a social gathering in Tanzania, Platnumz expressed concern about his outgrown age that now seems ridiculous for him having mistresses instead of wives.
The ‘Jeje’ crooner is now bothered being it that he is not getting any younger.
“I am not single. I have a woman whom I want to marry. We both don’t want to date just for the sake of it, we want to get married. On the 2nd of October, 2020 I will be turning 31 years old and I just don’t want to have just any woman, a mistress or an escort… I want to marry,” Diamond said.
Despite not stating anything related to his wedding dates, word on the streets of Tanzania already has it that plans are already underway for his wedding with the girlfriend.
The curious citizens have also extrapolated his admission by establishing Diamond’s bride-to-be’s identity moreover receiving aid from singer’s mother, Sanura Kassim.
This follows Sanura sharing a photo of Jihan Dimack, a Lebanon-born model and former Miss Universe Tanzania.
She went beyond and heaped praise on Dimack to which the beauty responded, “Thank you.”
If you can recall, a ‘wedding’ was priority when Diamond and the mother of his last-born child first dated.
Diamond, however, often suggested postponing the wedding date claiming that he preferred a magnificent wedding, never witnessed before in history.
He also revealed that his international guests and friends being present at the event would additionally make a statement for him.
“Inshallah panapo majaliwa mwaka wa 2019 nitaoa. Mbali na ivo ndoa yangu ilitakiwa iwe siku ya valentines tarehe kumi na nne lakini tumeipeleka mbele kwa sababu ndo yangu watu wengi wanatakiwa kuja kuhudhuria na siku hio kidogo haikukaa vizuri.´ Ndoa yangu watakuja kina Rick Ross, wasanii niliofanya nao collabo, ndugu jamaa na marafiki. I want it to be a royal wedding kama ya kina Prince Harry wa Uingereza. Kila mtu anatamani kuiona, kila mtu anatamani kuihudhria. Najitahidi kuitengeneza kila mtu aweze kuiona. Nimeipeleka mbele kidogo lakini kuna kitu ntakifanya siku ya valentine,” said Diamond.
Diamond’s half-sister, self-styled Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) First Lady, Queen Darleen is remembered to have hinted loud on the controversially postponed valentine wedding date between Diamond and Tanasha this year.
Queen Darleen revealed that her brother was not ready for marriage and was not going to settle down any time soon as majority had anticipated.
“He and I often talk about matters of marriage and relationships. Diamond fears being in a ‘marital cage’. He says he wants to settle down when he is ready, and I don’t think he is currently up for it,” said Darleen.
Matching her words rightfully, the CEO WCB and the Kenyan radio personality split a few months later as parents but unmarried.