“He wasn’t kissing me, he was eating me!” – Diamond praises Ghanaian artist

Diamond Platnumz has dated several women, but the nicest kis*s he has ever received was from a Ghanaian slay queen.

The Bongo singer spoke about his favorite kiss during the season 2 premiere of the Netflix reality series Young, Famous & African.

Diamond shared a kiss with Ghanaian musician Francine Koffie nicknamed Fantana in one of the reality show’s segments.

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The controversial musician claimed the Ghanaian artist the best kisser ever.

“I thought I was the best at kissing until I kissed Fantana,” Diamond said.

The Wasafi boss noted that Fantana wasn’t just kissing him but was ‘eating’ him whole.

“He wasn’t kis*ing me, he was eating me!” he said.

Diamond further made it clear that the ki*s from the Ghanaian queen was the best he had ever received in all the 33 years of his existence.

Fantana is a Ghanaian singer and model who joined the Young, Famous & African cast for season two. She has no history of having a relationship with Diamond even though they seem to have developed quite a strong chemistry.

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More drama, more glam, more of Diamond being Diamond 😂, Season 2 of #YoungFamousAfrican is now streaming 🔥— Netflix Kenya (@NetflixKE) May 19, 2023

Diamond praises Ghanaian artist Fantana
Diamond praises Ghanaian artist Fantana

Netflix’s Young, Famous & African (YFA) returned for a second season.

The show follows a group of affluent young media stars in Johannesburg, South Africa, as they build their careers, look for love and rekindle old flames.

The cast includes Khanyi Mbau, Annie Macaulay-Idibia, Zari Hassan, Diamond Platnumz, Andile Ncube, Swanky Jerry, Naked DJ, Nadia Nakai, Kayleigh Schwark and 2Baba.

Joining the stellar cast this season are Ghanaian musician Fantana, Namibian Luis Tshita Munana, a designer and former Big Brother Africa housemate, and South Africa’s Queen B, Bonang Matheba.

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On Friday, Zari celebrated all her co-stars as she announced the return of Young, Famous & African for a second season.

“We’re streaming from 4 am South African time #YoungFamousandAfrican,” she said on InstaStory.

She attached the statement to a video of herself and all the other characters meeting in one place where Diamond was seen standing alone in a corner while enjoying a drink. The socialite’s video seemed to focus more on her baby daddy.

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