Khaligraph Claims Diamond Imitated His Idea of ​​entering the Stage While Inside a Coffin

Khaligraph Claims Diamond Imitated His Idea of ​​entering the Stage While Inside a Coffin

The incident of Diamond Platnumz entering the stage while being carried in a coffin on Saturday night at the Wasafi festival continues to attract different opinions.

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The latest person to express his opinion aggressively is an artist from Kenya, rapper Khaligraph Jones, who threw Diamond’s clay, indicating that Diamond imitated his idea of entering the stage while inside a coffin.

Just for reference, Khaligraph Jones hit the headlines in December 2017 after he entered the stage of the Koroga concert while being carried in a coffin.

The artist, after the coffin was carried by about 8 men who supported the coffin to land on the stage, came out armed with a microphone in hand and started performing before people took pictures to see if it was really him or a resurrected corpse.

Diamond was seen performing similar acts in the Wasafi Festival show in the Lindi region, where he was also carried in a coffin before also being pulled out while performing live.

Although later in a post on X, previously on Twitter, Diamond admitted to being scared when he was in the coffin.

Now Khaligraph has teased him, saying that he was the first person to come up with the idea while saying that OGs will always remain respected and nothing else.

Khaligraph Claims Diamond Imitated His Idea of ​​entering the Stage While Inside a Coffin

“6 years ago, OG must be respected,” Khaligraph wrote while attaching a short video bringing back memories of how he entered the stage in a coffin at the Koroga festival in 2017.

This comes as a continuation of the flirtatious attacks that were launched by Jones a few weeks ago when he said that rap music in Tanzania has lost its meaning.

Khaligraph, in his song to scream at Tanzanians, gave the rappers of the neighboring country 24 hours to respond to him or else he would take the seat as the king of rap in the country, a few years after he claimed to have conquered Nigeria and was crowned as the number one rapper in the country with a large number of African people.

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