19 September 2017

Uganda: Zari Distances Herself From Diamond's Claims

Photo: Diamond Platinumz/Instagram
Diamond and Zari.

Drama about Diamond's affair with Hamisa Mobeto has taken a new turn Zari disowned the claims that she was aware of the singer's exploits with the video model.

The singer had earlier in an interview with Cloud FM's Leo Tena claimed that they had settled issues with the mother of his two children and all was well.

" Haha U playing yourself ... the lies you are telling about me knowing about your side chic ... try and fix your mess and stop with the lies . Being quiet does not mean I am stupid. Be very careful with your words," she wrote on snap chat.

She continued: It could be because I am the mother of your children and that is why I have chosen to keep quiet. Maybe you should Google about 'defamation of character law suit' don't try me."

When asked Diamond said he understands quite well because there were certain things that he had revealed in the interviewed that he did not discuss and it was possible she had heard it for the first time.

Unlike many women who choose to remain in their lover's background and raise their 'lover's' child without drama, Hamisa Mobetto could have none of it!

She was a celebrity in her own right and she wanted just as much recognition for being Diamond's baby mama.

Soon as she was ready to reveal her pregnancy, she came out guns blazing on social media with subliminal message that Diamond Platnumz was her baby daddy.

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