16 July 2018

Uganda: Has Zari Hassan Found a New Catch After Dumping Diamond?

Photo: Zari Hassan/Instagram
Zari.

Ugandan-born socialite Zari Hassan seems to have a new man in her life, but who is he?

On Saturday, the socialite shared two pictures in her Instagram story getting cozy with the mysterious man but made no mention of who he is.

In the pictures, the Caucasian man can be seen giving the mother of five a kiss on her cheek and standing close to her smiling.

The socialite has been rumored to have moved on since her dramatic split from Tanzanian crooner Diamond Platnumz.

If this is true, it will break the heart of Kenyan musician Ringtone who has on several occasions confessed his love for Zari and even faked owning a Range Rover to impress her.

The 38-year-old Zari was married to Ugandan tycoon the late Ivan Ssemwanga for 10 years before they divorced. During their marriage they had three children - all boys.

She then got into a relationship with Diamond in December 2014 that lasted until February this year when she announced the breakup on Valentine's Day.

At the time of their break up she had mothered two more children with Diamond.

Following the bitter break up with Diamond, Zari has been on record saying she will never date famous personalities.

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