Tanzania: He's My Son - Diamond Platnumz Silences Critics With Angry Instagram Post

Diamond Platnumz with son.

Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz has told off doubters who claim he is not the real father of model Hamissa Mobetto's son.

Diamond fired an angry post on Instagram to confirm that one-year-old Daylan is indeed his son whom he loves very much.

It all started when the singer posted a short clip of himself promoting his forthcoming tour across United States.

The short video captures Diamond talking about his career and family. He says how he will be away for almost a month from his family and not being able to see his mother, sisters and children.

The video however only captures his two children he bore with Ugandan born socialite Zari Hassan. It left out the love child he bore with Hamissa Mobetto.

PLEASE TAG YOUR CITY!!!👇🏼 22/06 OAKLANDA 23/06 LOS ANGELES 29/06 KANSAS CITY 30/06 COLUMBUS OHIO 03/07 WASHINGTON DC 04/07 NEW YORK CITY 06/07 CHICAGO 07/07 MINNESOTA 13/07 ATLANTA 14/07 BOSTON 20/07 DALLAS TEXAS 21/07 HOUSTON TEXAS #ABoyFromTandaleUSATour #ABoyFromTandale Yes!!! it's @lukambaofficial again🔥🔥

A post shared by Chibu Dangote (@diamondplatnumz) on Jun 27, 2018 at 12:04pm PDT

Fans expressed varied reactions forcing Diamond to come out and defend himself.

This is my Kid... and he will forever be my Kid, tena My Beloved Kid... .Hakuweza kuwepo kwenye clip iliyopita sababu @lukambaofficial Hakuwa na clip ya mimi na yeye ya Hivi karibuni... na si Vinginevyo... ... .Halaf cha kuongeza, msiniletee Uteam wenu kwa Watoto zangu! they are all my Kids, Nawapenda na siwezi mtenga wala kumbagua yoyote... ..👍🏼 @deedaylan 💖🤴💖

A post shared by Chibu Dangote (@diamondplatnumz) on Jun 27, 2018 at 2:50pm PDT

Diamond is rumoured to have recently bought a posh mansion for Hamissa Mobetto at a prime location in Dar es Salaam.

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