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‘Young, Famous & African’: Diamond Platnumz featured in Netflix’s first African reality show

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Diamond Platnumz will join an array of notable Pan African entertainment heavyweights, including Annie Macaulay Idibia from Nigeria, Swanky Jerry from Nigeria and south African superstars Nadia Nakai, Khanyi Mbau, Andile Ncube and Naked DJ who will be appearing on Netflix soon.

Netflix South Africa announced that the celebrities will appear in a documentary titled ‘Young, Famous & African’ which will start airing in a few days online.

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian Media Maven, Peace Hyde, will be the Creator and Executive Producer of the first ever African Netflix Reality series. The highly celebrated TV Host, Creator, Journalist, entrepreneur and Activist also serves as executive producer on the biggest reality TV show to hit the African continent.

According to the stars who revealed their series tagline on their Instagram accounts today, the show promises to be an exciting access into the popular world of some of Africa’s top celebrities.

Diamond will be the second Tanzanian to appear on Netflix after Idris Sultan who appeared on March 26 this year through a film called ‘Slay’ which brought together African stars like Ramsey Nouah, Fabian Adeoye Lojede, Simphiwe Ngema, Amanda Du-Pont.

“From Tandale to the world….Go behind the scenes of what it takes to be African Icon to the world with @netflixsa and @naijaonnetflix’s first African reality TV show, featuring your one and only SIMBA….! You don’t want to miss this,” the singer shared his excitement in an Instagram post.

The Netflix network was launched on August 29, 1997 at California in the United States, to date more than 200 million people worldwide have registered as subscribers. Netflix is available worldwide except in Syria, North Korea and China, Also it has branches in Netherlands, France, Brazil, the United Kingdom, India, Japan and South Korea, South Africa and Nigeria.