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Diamond explains why he has postponed his wedding with Tanasha

 Diamond and Tanasha Donna Photo:Courtesy

Diamond Platnumz has postponed the February 14th date he set to wed his Kenyan girlfriend Tanasha Donna.

In an interview with Wasafi TV, Diamond explained that celebrities all over the world would wish to attend hence, the need for much more time for preparation.

“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,” he said.

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The Jibebe hitmaker hinted that apart from family and friends, stars that are expected to grace the wedding are American rapper Rick Ross, Omarion and other singers he has done collabos with.He disclosed that the wedding will be similar to the one of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that took place in May 19 last year in England.

“Ndoa yangu watakuja kina Ricky 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,” he said.

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Diamond’s wedding talk had attracted the admiration of his Kenyan fans but critics say it was just a stunt to market the Wasafi Festival tours he had organised in Kenya during the festive season.

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