Diamond Platnumz has elicited mixed reactions after accusing fellow WCB Wasafi artist, Harmonize of being greedy.
Diamond and Harmonize's fans are questioning what has changed after a number of years of working together in different projects including collabos.
The two artistes made headlines in Kenya with two of their big hits, 'Bado' and 'Kwangwaru', which are still big tunes in Kenya.
The WCB CEO during a recent live performance twisted one of his song's lyrics by introducing in a mockery message directed to his junior, Harmonize alias Kondeboy.
The 'Kanyaga' hitmaker did not reveal why he was accusing Harmonize of being greedy, only saying artistes are greedy before singling out Harmonize.
"You know the behaviour of musicians; they are full of greed. Especially the likes of Harmonize, they are full of greed (Si unajua wanamziki vitabia vyao wamejawa tamaa hasa walee kina Harmonize wamejawa tamaa)," Diamond stated while performing.
His sentiments have elicited mixed reactions, with some fans saying Diamond should let Harmonize work for himself while others are hinting that they will stop supporting Harmonize should he continue with his alleged greed.
suleymanmoseba said: "Mbona sielewi naona mwanzo ilikua urafiki mzuri kama your gut🍦saa hivi tena konde anatamaa ya petrol⛽ 😂😂😂 mond alikuwa hajui ndio walivyo wamakonde ndonya👶👶 kujua kabra hawajajua."
fortukiimu said: "Mm con mbaya km anapambana kivyake kuliko kuwa chini yamtu.😆😆😆😆😆taaaamaaaa anataka afike alipo yy modi."
rita.onlinestore: said"It was too early for konde to start misbehaving . We grow through steps"
nahyanathias said: "Binadamu hatuna shukrani sio siku nyingi katoa wimbo wa never giver up ,mara mungu si athumani nikakutana na Simba akanipa kampani sasa mwisho wa siku anazingua bola usaidie wanyama kuliko binadam hawana wema, Simba atabaki kuwa juu sio mmbinafsi"
Diamond's accusation against Harmonize comes after the 'Never give up' hitmaker edited his social media handles and expunged details showing he was working under WCB Wasafi.
This move was interpreted to be an indicator he had ditched the record label that brought him to the music industry.