Eric Omondi supports Otile Brown in roasting TZ artistes

It will be interesting to see how the Tanzanians react to the disses

Eric Omondi
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Recently Otile Brown criticised certain Tanzanian performers for showing off bogus jewelry. This followed the news of the importation of expensive jewelry by Diamond Platnumz and Mbosso.

Brown has received support from Omondi, who asserts that most Tanzanian musicians enjoy flashing false chains.

"Nimeona nimecheka. Amesema msivae mabati mtapata cancer ama ni tetanus," he said.

Adding, "Otile is right, I'm still an entertainer and we advocate for showbiz and originality. Thats a problem that has been in Tanzania. There are a lot of fake jewelry in Tanzania. I'm not sure about Diamond."

Otile slung shade in his tweet, and fans assumed he was criticising the two WCB performers because they were the ones who had lately flaunted their new jewellery.

"With love punguzeni mabati kwenye shingo or you keep quiet, mnachokesha. Hao ni watu gani mnannunua chain kwao," he asked.

Adding, "Tuelewane, y'all can't be talking rich all the time and still rocking fugazii, inspire game, ujanja wa nini and y'all 'blessed' Chain baada ya miezi kaghaa huioni tena maana imeshika kutu."

He went on to list a number of stores that sell certified chains "Mbona tusinunue huko na sisi najua uwezo mnao."

He went on to ask them to stop flaunting such things as young people would think life is easy, "Got youngings thinking this ish is easy and now nobody wants to put in the work. Its not bad rocking fugazi, they say, fake it till you make it."

"Tatizo ni, if you have made it but you're rocking it and still running your mouth. We gonna check you for the love of the game."