Diamond Names Heiress of his Multibillion-shilling Empire

August 17, 2022

As he continues to buy private jets, choppers and earning $100,000 (Ksh11, 927,500) for 10-minute performances, Diamond Platnumz has bequeathed his multibillion-shilling empire to Princess Tiffah.

Speaking in an interview with a radio station in South Africa, the ‘Jeje’ hitmaker with an estimated net worth of $10 million said he wants his 7-year-old daughter with Zari Hassan to inherit and manage his vast business empire.

“I would want her (Tiffah) to be the heir to my property. Especially my music business, to be able to manage my businesses. That’s what I want,” Diamond said.

The 32-year-old Bongo sensation noted he would not want Princess Tiffah to be a musician like him.

“I don’t want her to suffer. I wouldn’t want her to go through the suffering I’ve gone through. I want her to be the heir to many businesses that I have also set up for her,” he said.

In a past interview, Diamond revealed why he would not want Tiffah to become an artiste.

“Mtoto wa kiume nataka awe msanii, wa kike asiwe msanii. Watamla sana! Mwanamke anatongozwa na watu tofauti kwa hivyo anapokuwa msanii, watu wanaomkujia wanakuwa wengi, so kutongozwa kwingi…da! Wataniua kwa pressure.

(I would like my son Nillan to become a musician but not my daughter Tiffah, men will exploit her. An ordinary woman has a lot of men hitting on her so when she becomes famous they will be too many…I will die of pressure) Diamond said.

While Princess Tiffah is still too young to manage her father’s wealth, Diamond disclosed that 50 percent of his estate is currently being controlled by his mother Mama Dangote.

“It’s a secret but the first person has to be my mother. She takes about 50%, then the kids follow. If I will have married, then Inshallah,” he said.

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