• Ommy Dimpoz said his dad did not bother attending his (Dimpoz) mum's burial when she passed away.
• He added that the old man did not raise him adding that he only wants to be associated with him because he is famous.
Tanzania-based superstar Ommy Dimpoz has called out his dead beta dad for alleging he is being neglected.
The 'Me and You' hit maker was responding to videos doing rounds on social media with his dad tarnishing his name.
Through his Instagram page, Ommy Dimpoz recounted being raised by his mum after his dad neglected him.
According to Ommy, when his mum passed away his dad did not bother to come and pay his respect nor mourn the woman he claimed to love
"I got raised in an environment where I only saw my mum since I was born to when I was all grown up, and by bad luck, she passed on when I was still in primary school.
During that period, I never saw my dad coming to mourn with me or say sorry for a day; he fled his fatherly duties.
But God, in his sovereignty, made someone that got looked down on to be someone worthy."
Ommy opened up being born out of wedlock revealing that his dad has over 15 kids.
The artist continued to express his frustrations with his dad saying he only wants to be associated with him since he is successful.
"But now my father wants to be recognized as the father to Ommy Dimpoz, nothing else.
I want people to understand that in my life, I have never had any closeness with my father. He never raised me nor took me to school; I don't even have a book that I can say he bought me.
The last time I met my dad was 20 years ago.
"I refuse that my father rides on my name, and the media tarnishes it, to make it clear I have no relationship with him, and none is intending to transpire.
Let God be the judge."
He urged all parents and prospective parents that the best thing they would ever do for their kids is to show them, love support, and care.
"One thing I have seen, and I would love us to learn, especially to those that are parents in the digital era, and also those who are aspiring is that there is nothing better you can do for your child except to show them love, support, and care."