Gazza let it know this morning that he is in support of his long time friend King Tee Dee after Tanzanian artist Diamond Platinumz released a video of what seems to be King Tee Dee’s One I love without King TeeDee’s verses or him appearing in the video.
King Tee Dee originally released the song on Valentines day this year and teased that he might be dropping a video for the song. When Diamond Platinumz released the video King Tee Dee was seemingly unaware of that it was released. Diamond Platinumz management however told unwarp.online that “King Tee Dee is aware of the version. You can enjoy both songs,”.
When Gazza caught wind of the controversy he showed reinforced support for King Tee Dee and said that he is not aware of who owns the song but he is standing up for King Tee Dee and Namibia.
Gazza called on Namibians and his GMP fans to stop bashing or making fun of King Tee Dee because of the situation with the Tanzanian artist.
The GMP founder called his supporters to order and pleaded with them not to harass King Tee Dee.
We hope many more Namibian artists show their support towards Gazza and remain as united to see the Namibian music industry grow.