BET award winner Rayvanny has disclosed the amount of money he paid to exit Diamond Platnumz-owned record label – WCB Wasafi.
The Tetema hitmaker, paid a whooping Tsh 1.3 billion (KSh68 951 198.34) to be able to terminate his contract with Wasafi.
The star made the revelation during an online spat with his former colleague and signee Harmonize.
The Next Level President argued that Konde Boy was all over talking about the millions he paid WCB Wasafi – yet he (Vanny Boy) more money but never talked about his contractual terms.
“You paid Wasafi Tsh600 million, umelia kwenye media zote mzee. In case you don’t know I paid Wasafi Tsh1.3 billion.
'Ukihisi naongea sifuri fatilia au nenda Basata ukaulize na umeona nimeongea wapi? Money is nothing to me. Heshimu ndo kitu ninachokithamini. Ukiona siku nimeongea ujue nimekosewa heshima to the maximum,” Vanny Boy blasted Harmonize.
Raymond Shaban Mwakyusa, stage name Rayvanny, officially parted ways with Diamond Platnumz-owned record label, WCB Wasafi in July 2022.
He exited the label after 6 years.
“It’s been six years since we started working together. My team, my family WCB Wasafi, love, and unity have been very instrumental in the success of our team.
"I have learned a lot and also we have achieved a lot together. I was the first Tanzanian artiste to win a BET award. I have been the first artiste to perform on big platforms like the MTV EMAs stage, Dubai Expo, and many more," Rayvanny said in part.
On the other hand, Harmonize left WCB Wasafi back in 2019 – disclosing that he paid at least Tsh500 million (KshSh22.4 million ) to gain exclusive rights to all the music he worked on.
Never Give Up Hit-maker also admitted to not being on good terms with his former management WCB Wasafi.