WCB signee Zuchu has released a new song titled ‘Cheche’ featuring Diamond Platnumz.

But Tanasha seems not to like the fact that Zuchu has used the line ‘Yo te quiero’ which means ‘I Love you’.

Tanasha had used the same spanish sentence on her collabo with Khaligraph Jones dubbed ‘Ride’ a track whose video is yet to be released.

Tanasha wrote;

Yo te quiero tanteee, for your love asante….🎼 πŸ€£πŸ‘‘ One of my fav tracks on #DONNATELLAEP hands down! Back to when RIDE ft @khaligraph_jones was trending #1 on @audiomackafrica without an official release.


Good music sells itself, never forced. Enyewe demand on this video imekuwa high… Sijui after #nawewe ni release hii?

Jamal Gaddaffi went on to insinuate that Tanasha’s song, Ride, had been borrowed by the Tanzanian singer.

Siku zote kitu ORIGINAL kina stand out kuliko COPY. Yo te quero tante, for your love Asante @khaligraph_jones

But it seems like most spanish artistes have been using this sentence as it is about love and cannot be avoided, something like saying ‘Nakupenda’ which can be used by any artiste on their song.

β€˜Its not easy alone,’ Tanasha on being a single mother