Zari claps back at fan claiming she is getting back with Diamond

Judging from their latest online interactions, Zari Hassan and her baby daddy Diamond Platnumz have been getting along quite well. The former couple’s recent ‘reunion’ has however elicited mixed reactions among fans who suspect they might try to patch things up.

A user by the name Jennifer recently took to Zari’s comments section to enquire about her relationship with Diamond, insinuating that the singer was trying every means possible to win back Zari’s heart.

The mother of five dismissed the social media user, sarcastically asking her to narrate her life since she had it all figured out.

“So, tell me more. You seem to have details and all figured out,” said Zari.


Their mutual agreement came after Zari savagely attacked Diamond for offering to pay rent for a section Tanzanians affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

“But you don’t know what your kids eat, or how they sleep if fees and medical insurance is paid. You will never please the world when your own are not happy and taken care of. You are selling a lie. Some people have become clowns to some of us,” Zari wrote.

As a result of her post Diamond, reached to her and explained to himself suggesting, that they find a middle ground for them to raise their children together. It was after their discussion that Zari allowed the singer to reach out to his children and talk to them.

The father of four posted a video of his daughter Tiffah and son Nillan saying that they couldn’t wait to see him.

“Nothing sweet than waking up to the sweetest video from your beloved kids,” wrote Diamond.

The singer recently uploaded an adorable video of Tiffa jamming to his latest song Quarantine, saying that at the rate in which Tiffah is growing, she will give him trouble.

“Haka katoto kakikua katanichuna sana,” he wrote.

Lightly joking about Tiffah’s intense English accent, singer Mbosso asked Diamond to tell his daughter that despite her accent, Tanzania was home.

Kasema shingo fanya kama unaichumpa au unaitupa… Mtoto kashakikataa Kiswahili, mwambie huku ndo nyumbani.”

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