Tanzanian singer Omary Nyembo aka Ommy Dimpoz has come out to clear the air on Akothee’s stunt in a swimming pool.
Last week, a video went viral on social media where Akothee was seen twerking on Ommy Dimpoz shoulders as the song 'Kata remix' played in the background.
Speaking in an interview with Mambo Mseto, Ommy revealed that the two were doing a show in Watamu where they had been invited to attend a party. They later on got into the swimming pool to have fun.
“Tulikua wote tumealikwa kwenye party fulani, watamu kwa hiyo kuna jamaa alikua na hoteli alikua anataka tufanye show pamoja so si unajua kwenye kuhave fun na nini tena that week ndio Kata ilikuwa imetoka. Actually, hata clip yenyewe ilikuwa ya December” said Ommy.
Asked whether there was anything going on between the two or if they had gotten intimate, the singer denied stating that Akothee was a nice person who always brought positive vibes wherever she went.
“Hapana, Tulikata tu lakini hatukukata Zaidi. Nlipata message nyingi watu wakinitania ‘Ommy lazima umekata’ ‘Ommy lazima umeseoma katiba’. She’s just a funny guy and a happy soul. Ni mtu poa naeza kusema. Kwenye age yake na majukumu na family bado ni mtu wa kujimix. Ni mtu mpoa sana and she always brings positive vibes ukiwa na yeye" added Ommy.
Relationship with Zari
The Ni wewe hit maker who has been single for two years dismissed claims that he and Zari were an item after they were seen together. He revealed that they were working on a project
“ukishakua close kwenye industry kuna mambo ya kupatana na huyu na huyu inakua ni kitu cha kawaida. Na kuna project Fulani ambayo ilitukutanisha na ilikua inahusisha Akothee, inahusu mambo yaku empower wanawake."
"Siko huko kabisaa “kuna vitu zikifanyika zinachukuliwa kama big deal. Mtu akiingia kwa mtandao anakuja na mawazo yake kwamba akishaona tu anaconnect dots kumbe si hivyo. Tulikuwa tu tunahave fun kwa hiyo haihusiani kama labda tuko katika kwenye relationship" said Ommy.
He also revealed that there was no bad blood between him and Diamond. The two are believed not to be in good terms with one another.