Why I love Mbosso - Diamond Platnumz explains

Diamond has in the past admitted that Mbosso is one of his best signees


Diamond Platnumz is proud of his protege Mbosso. The singer showered Mbosso with praises over his talent and discipline.

When asked why he loves Mbosso, the WCB boss said;

"He has talent, he is highly disciplined, he's hard working, he listens and he will continue to go far."

Diamond has in the past admitted that Mbosso is one of his best signees.

Recently, the 'Hodari' hitmaker postponed his American tour over an illness.

"Hello my USA fans, due to medical reasons, the doctor recommended that  shoud not travel or sit in a plane for more than eight hours," he announced.

"This has come at a time where I am supposed to start my USA tour from Thanksgiving weekend."

"I apologize to all my fans, promoters and anybody who was waiting to see me at this time."

"New tour dates will be announced as soon as I get clearance from my doctor I guarantee you that the tour will happen."

In a past interview, Mbosso narrated that it was a genetic illness.

“Kipindi naingia Mkubwa Na Wanae Viongozi wangu walidhani kuna vitu natumia Kutokana na kutetemeka kwangu . Nilijaribu kwenda kwa wataalamu Lakini Wakaniambia kuwa huu ni Ugonjwa wangu wa Kuzaliwa hivyo siwezi kupona” Mbosso opened up

(When I was signed by Mkubwa Na Wanawe, my management thought I was using illegal stuff, since I kept trembling. I went to doctors who told me that the sickness will probably not end).

He added that the condition was cased by a blockage in his arteries.

"I have been told my problems are due to my blood vessels being blocked by fat. I have had this condition since I was born," Mbosso said.

"I have been pressured to keep on exercising. There are also professionals I have contacted. I have to travel to meet them," he said.

The singer was told by doctors he'd be infertile when he turns 30 years.

"The doctor told me my condition was probably going to get worse after the age of 30. He said it might lead me to never have children again without treatment."