Hassan Joho has always been the ultimate fan of Ali Kiba’s music and often showcases how he can sing like the heart-throb.
However fans haven’t seen them hanging out in a while leading to speculation that all is not well with them.
The allegations have been brushed off by Tanzanian singer Ommy Dimpoz who was in Kenya over the weekend of November 15th.
He dismissed it saying “all is well with us three. We are not beefing”
Ommy Dimpoz in an interview with Sam Misago Tv on Monday November 16th let it be known that while they may disagree on some issues, it doesn’t mean they are feuding.
“It’s normal to disagree with a friend on somethings, but when that happens I pick up my phone and call Ali Kiba and apologize to him. Let me just say one thing, the relationship between me, Joho and Ali Kiba is more than a brother. Our bond can’t be broken, hakuna tatizo lolote it’s just social media rumors. Joho is more than a brother to me and Ali Kiba. and when I go to Kenya to visit him, I do that as a brother, and I can tell you that one thing, that bond can never be broken, because for instance we built a brotherhood when I was ailing. And I have said countless times, there is no beef. so we are good. I have no beef with Ali Kiba too, juzi nimemtext, the problem is social media when people don’t see us post pictures together, it doesn’t mean we aren’t friends, I don’t understand what people want. What do people want from me?”
Ommy also revealed he was in Kenya to talk possible music collabos with Bahati among others and for business opportunities with Kenyan comedian Eric Omondi who is expected to be unveiled as a brand ambassador for GSM.
“My new album will have artistes from East, West and South Africa. So there are big collabos with others that’s why I also went to Kenya. Bahati I am working with him on several things, but we start with Eric Omondi. My album will have about 12 songs and some of them are collabos that are ongoing it all depends on time. I expect the project to be out in December, God willing”