Diamond Platnumz and Rayvanny Accused of Stealing Video Concept for Their Tetema Song

Diamond Platnumz  and Rayvanny Accused of Stealing Video Concept for Their Tetema Song
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Diamond Platnumz  and Rayvanny Accused of Stealing Video Concept for Their Tetema Song

Tanzanian musicians Diamond Platnumz and Rayvanny's new song, Tetema, which is currently trending on top of the charts in East Africa has been rocked by controversy.

The two are being critisezed of copying some scenes from U.S. rapper Tyler the Creator's song titled "See you Again". Tyler released his song in August 2018.

In the Tetema video, Diamond has dancers in an airstrip dressed in red berets, white t-shirts and red pants with a plane on the background - just the same as Tyler the Creator's video

Tyla's Video has dancers in an airstrip dressed in red berets, white t-shirts and red pants with a plane on the background. The scene is the same as the one in Diamond Platinumz Tetema Video.

Diamond has been critisized several times of copying songs such as U.S. singer Jason Derulo's Swalla song and and I Miss You as like a Swahili version of Adele's famous Hello hit.

In July 2018, he was accused of using a concept from Sharuk Khan Movie for the song Baila. He defended his act saying that he used the concept because Khan is one of his role models.

Watch the Two videos Below:

Tetema Video

See you Again Video

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