Tanzania: Zari's Sends a Rude Birthday Message to Diamond Platnumz

Diamond Platnumz and Zari during happier times.

Uganda-born socialite Zari Hassan has left many puzzled after she posted an unflattering message to Diamond Platnumz on his birthday.

On Tuesday, the socialite took to her Instagram page and posted a picture of her kids with Diamond.

She captioned the photo; "Happy birthday mwenye vikima vyake".

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Happy birthday mwenye vikima vyake

A post shared by zarithebosslady (@zarithebosslady) on Oct 2, 2018 at 5:16am PDT

Kima is a Swahili word referring monkey species.

Her choice of words seemed a retaliation of sorts to Diamond who also once described her as a 'kima'.

Zari's rude birthday message is contrary to the one Diamond sent her last month, where the singer referred to her as the 'mother of my beloved kids'.

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A very special Birthday to the Mother of my Beloved kids... Thank you for blessing me with 2 amazing & cute Kids and thank you for continue being a good Mother to my Kids... .Trust me, no matter how crazy & a proud man you think i might be, but am always grateful and i do respect you for that... thats why, you've never heard or saw me on any interview talking anything about you... .not even talking about my side point of what happened to us!!... coz the kids you blessed me with, means alot to me... ..and that is what made Love, respect and take you more than a blood sister / Brother for Life!✊🏼... .May God bless you with long life, Happiness, and More Winning!!! 🎉🥂🎂🥂🍾🎉

A post shared by Chibu Dangote (@diamondplatnumz) on Sep 22, 2018 at 2:00pm PDT

The two broke up early this year after numerous fights over Diamond's cheating ways.

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