Celebrated Tanzanian singer Rayvanny has once again raised eyebrows after he bought a Toyota Altezza and deliberately set it on fire.
The Bongo crooner acquired the Toyota Altezza which has a price tag of between Ksh670,000 and Ksh1.5 million and burnt it down to a shell just for a scene in his new music video.
Rayvanny is shooting a new music video 'Te Quiero' featuring Marioo. He decided to make the video shoot as real as it gets by setting the Toyota Altezza on fire.
"Najua kweli ni uhalisia lakini yani hakuna scene imeniumiza moyo kama scene ya kuchoma gari. Director naomba tuishie hapa kuchoma choma vitu (I know it's real but there is no scene that pained me so much as the scene where we set a car on fire. I am now asking my director to stop the habit of setting up things on fire)," Rayvanny said after setting up the car on fire.
Rayvanny torched a house
Rayvanny's decision to set on fire the newly acquired Toyota Altezza comes just weeks after he intentionally burnt down his newly built house.
The Bongo singer burnt down his mansion for the sole purpose of a video shoot for his new song 'I Miss You' featuring Zuchu.
Vanny Boy bragged that 'I Miss You' video was the most expensive music video that had ever been shot in his home country of Tanzania.
He further stated that he build the new house from scratch and deliberately set it on fire just for a scene in the new music video.