Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) founder Diamond Platnumz has teased fellow singer Rayvanny after it was alleged he stole a song from an upcoming artiste.
Through the comment section on Rayvanny's post, Diamond jokingly told RayVanny that he 'stole a song'
"That song belongs to an upcoming artiste, don't think you are entertaining us when in reality you stole the song (Nyimbo ya Dogo hio... Usione kama Umetukalisha... Wakati Umeiba)," Diamond teased Rayvanny.
Rayvanny reacted to the comment with laughter, and an indication he got the joke in it.
Last week, Rayvanny found himself on the receiving end after one upcoming artiste, Riser Stardia, claimed ownership of Rayvanny's new song 'Naogopa'.
Most fans who attacked Rayvanny blamed him for lacking content to a level of stealing from the upcoming artiste.
However, on Sunday, Rayvanny refuted the claims.
He said he was the first creator of the song, and the second claimer, Riser Stardia, had basically stolen it.
According to Rayvanny, he composed the song long ago even before he joined Diamond's team, Wasafi Records.
"The way music is, you go with time, there are moments when I decide to do something I do it, I can tell, at this level I cannot take someone's song and re-do it (Muziki ulivyo unaendanga na time, kuna kipindi mimi nikiona nifanye hiki kitu nafanya, mi nakwambia, sijafika level ya kwenda kuchukia eti kitu cha mtu halafu nikakifanya mimi)," said Rayvanny.
Rayvanny went further and said his creativity is so sharp for him to steal a song.