Kenyan musician Jacob Obunga, better known as Otile Brown has thrown shades at Tanzanian bongo stars Diamond Platnumz and Mbosso For allegedly Wearing Fake Jewelry.
While taking his dissenting view on Instagram, the Chaguo la Moyo hitmaker accused the two stars for talking too much about their jewelry, yet they are not original or from reputable stores.
“With love, Punguzeni Mabati Kwa Shingo or you keep quiet. Hao ni watu wagani mnanunua chain kwao. Wauza chain certified wanaotambulika kwenye game duniani ni jewelry unlimited, icebox, Johnny Dang, A Jeweler.”
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The singer went ahead and intimated that he believes in the slogan ‘fake it until you make it’. He however wondered why the Tanzanian musician were donning fake jewelry yet they are already achieved so much success in the music industry.
” Y’all can’t be talking rich all the time and still wearing fugazi. Ujanja wa nini and you are blessed? It’s not bad wearing fugazi they say fake it till you make it. Tatizo ni kama you have made it and still rocking it and running your mouth.”
Otile Brown’s sentiments comes a day after Mbosso displayed his newly acquired pendant that bears his name and face. The Tanzanian singer disclosed that the fully customized pendant cost him millions of shillings. He added that he no regrets spending the huge amount on the jewelry that took two years to be designed.
Mbosso went ahead and warned his fellow celebrities against wearing fake chains as they risk getting infected.
In August 2021, Diamond Platnumz spent Sh5,2 million ($48,000) to buy a new chain bearing his nickname ‘Simba’, complete with a pendant depicting the head of a lion.
Last year, Otile Brown caused a stir online after purchasing a Ksh.902,625.00 worth of pendant to commemorate his late grandmother. The singer then tagged Ice Box, which is one of the leading Jewelers in the United States of America specializing in diamonds.