Christina Shusho praises Diamond for Coffin Stage Entrance – citiMuzik

Tanzanian gospel artiste Christina Shusho praised bongo flava sensation Diamond Platnumz for his unique and unconventional stage performance where he made a grand entrance while being carried in a coffin.

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Shusho is currently in Kenya conducting interviews with several bloggers. The video of her remarks was shared by Spm Buzz.

Shusho was initially unaware of Diamond’s dramatic appearance, but admitted that she had not been following the matter closely. Nevertheless, she expressed her deep respect for Tanzania’s music industry and its exceptionally creative artists.

She also highlighted her unwavering support for her artistic endeavors, especially when it comes to pushing the boundaries of creativity within the music scene.

“I didn’t keep track because I was a bit busy. However, I have great respect for the entire Tanzanian art industry; they are incredibly creative. Whatever they do, if it is an expression of creativity, I fully support it,” Shusho noted.

Bloggers persisted, suggesting that Diamond’s actions could allude to demonic themes. However, Shusho responded by noting that she may delve deeper into the matter at a later date to gain a more informed perspective.

Christina Shusho’s insights into the Kenyan gospel industry

During the interview, YouTuber host Ali Shusho asked a question about the challenges and gaps in the Kenyan gospel industry and asked for insights into possible problems.

In response, Shusho expressed her perspective that there is nothing fundamentally wrong with the industry. She emphasized that fluctuations and challenges are integral to the human experience and the path of progress.

She further noted that Kenyans may perceive the industry’s current challenges as significant, but these obstacles could be temporary hurdles influenced by various factors, including the timing of events.

Shusho claimed that the current circumstances were not dire, comparing them to a time of hunger that eventually leads to food. She encouraged people to embrace these moments and move on.

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Speaking about her presence in Kenya, Shusho noted that Kenya holds a special place in her heart and described it as her second home. She expressed her connections and friendships within the country.

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