Diamond Platnumz, a Tanzanian music sensation, recently offered his opinions on the difficulty of finding genuine love after reaching fortune. The ‘African Beauty’ hitmaker voiced his belief in a series of Instagram stories that many women are drawn to men’s wealth, making it harder for wealthy men to distinguish true adoration.
Diamond Platnumz, well known for his collaboration with Focalistic on the tune “IYO,” remarked that when a man becomes wealthy, women’s attention shifts to his financial status. He said that a woman’s “true colors” are revealed when her wealthy boyfriend suffers a financial setback and tries to maintain her standard of living.
In an honest comment, the artist said, “Once you are rich, every girl will want money from you, not your stupid real love.” He urged wealthy men to distinguish between genuine affection and materialism, saying, “Do a million things to her, then get a little financial problem and delay to provide one of the things that she is obsessed with, and you will see her true color!”
The artist’s remarks triggered discussions about the interplay of riches, love, and relationships, as many people battle financial success’s impact on personal connections.