Diamond Platnumz says he wants his daughter Princess Tiffah to manage his business that he's built over the years.
The Tanzanian singer insisted that he wouldn't want his daughter to be a musician.
"I would want her to be the heir to my property. Especially my music business, to be able to manage my businesses. That's what I want."
Revealing why he doesn't want her to venture into music, he said;
"I don't want her to suffer. I wouldn't want her to go through the suffering I've gone through. "
"I want her to be the heir to many businesses that I have also set up for her."
Diamond was also asked about his royalties and whom he'd transfer them to or hold a trust on incase of anything.
"Its a secret but the first person has to be my mother. She takes about 50%, then the kids follow. If I will have married, then Inshallah."
He went on to send birthday wishes for his daughter.
"I love you so much my daughter Tiffah. I'm doing all I can to invest so that you get a good life. I pray that you grow with wisdom and knowledge so that you are able to also take care of me and your mother, your grandma and your siblings. May you grow to be a good youth to the World."
Princess Tiffah recently turned seven.