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Diamond Platnumz Buys KSh 92 Million Island

Bongo star Naseeb Abdul, otherwise known as Diamond Platnumz has purchased an entire island for himself.

Reports say that the singer bought an island in Zanzibar for a whopping KSh 92 million.

Following the acquisition of the prime land, the singer is reportedly setting up a high-end hotel in the island, a move that will boost tourism business in Zanzibar.

Ranked among the most wealthiest musicians in Africa, the singer showcases his wealth by purchasing expensive valuables such as jewelry and cars.

For instance in November 2021, Diamond flaunted a jewelry set estimated at KSh 30 million.

He flaunted four diamond encrusted bracelets and five rings which spell ‘Simba’ which is his nickname.

“$100K for the fingers… $177K for the hand #SIMBA” read his caption.

A month earlier, he flaunted his new Diamond encrusted Rolex watch worth about KSh 3,325,499. He bought the timepiece during a tour of the United States.

In August, Diamond was again in the headlines after spending over KSh 5.2 million on a new pendant bearing his nickname and completed with an image depicting the head of a lion.

Elsewhere, in July 2021, the musician bought his dream car, Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge 2021 worth over KSh 60 million.

However, with the inclusion of statutory taxes and other relevant fees, it cost him more than KSh 70 million to own it.

The blue Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge 2021, manufactured by Rolls-Royce Limited based in Manchester, United Kingdom, was delivered at his KSh 70 million rented mansion in Mbezi Beach, Dar es Salaam.

Diamond’s acquisition of the new car came less than a month after he bought the Cadillac Escalade whose value is no less than KSh 30 million.