Tanzanian video vixen Nana Dollz has claimed that she was paid more by Diamond Platnumz than Ali Kiba. She made this revelation during an interview with online YouTube TV show Simulizi na Sauti.
Nana Dollz has worked with both Diamond Platnumz and Ali Kiba on music videos. She appeared in Diamond Platnumz’s “Mapozi” video and Ali Kiba’s “Utu” video.
In the interview, Nana Dollz said that she was paid more for her work on the “Mapozi” video than she was for the “Utu” video. She did not disclose the exact amount of money she was paid, but she said that the difference was significant.
Nana Dollz’s claims have sparked a debate on social media about the pay disparity between male and female artists in Tanzania. Some people have argued that Nana Dollz’s claims are proof that female artists are not paid as much as male artists. Others have argued that Nana Dollz’s claims are not representative of the wider industry.
It is important to note that Nana Dollz’s claims are based on her own personal experience. It is possible that other video vixens have had different experiences. It is also possible that the pay disparity between male and female artists varies depending on the artist and the project.
More research is needed to determine the extent of the pay disparity between male and female artists in Tanzania. However, Nana Dollz’s claims have certainly raised awareness of the issue.
What do you think about Nana Dollz’s claims? Do you think there is a pay disparity between male and female artists in Tanzania?