Diamond Platnumz' and Zari Hassan's son, Prince Nillan is all grown. He is three years old.
The mother of five has been raising all her kids alone including the two (Tiffah and Nillan) she got with Diamond after he stopped paying child support three years ago. Diamond only visited his kids who live in South Africa with their mother twice in 2018 after the breakup.
Zari penned a touching message to Prince Nillan, a man who has stolen her heart.
This lil man right here is my MCM. Such a strong lil guy. I remember when I had him, his sister was also still a baby. As a baby Nillan showed no sign of competition since I wasn't paying him so much attention because most of my attention was on Latiffah ( well as the only gal in the family). He has since developed so much strength and independence. I'm so proud of you baba and i love the fact that you know you are the baby of the house and we love you dearly @princenillan kyakudeka wangu.... always taking advantage as the last born💙' she wrote.
She also shared pics on Nillan's Instagram account, which she manages and reminded Diamond and his family that even if he doesn't support his kids, he (Nillan) will still remain his first son.
Neither the singer nor his mother or sisters have been posting photos of his children of late.
It's your lil man Nillan the 1st💙,' read a post on Nillan's page.
A few days ago, the mother of five called out Diamond for being a dead beat father.
YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOUR KIDS EAT, OR HOW THEY SLEEP IF FEES AND MEDICAL INSURANCE IS PAID. YOU WILL NEVER PLEASE THE WORLD WHEN YOUR OWN ARE NOT HAPPY AND TAKEN CARE OF. YOU SELLING A LIE. SOME PEOPLE HAVE BECOME CLOWNS TO SOME OF US,' read her social media post.
Diamond in an interview with Wasafi TV on Monday, Diamond responded to his estranged wife and said that he was working with his lawyer, hoping to start helping his kids once Covid-19 is over.
'...SHE GAVE ME MY FIRST KIDS AND NO MATTER HOW MUCH WE DIFFER MY VALUE FOR HER WILL NEVER GO DOWN. I TOLD HER THERE IS NO NEED OF PUTTING SUCH POSTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA SINCE IT IS PORTRAYING SUCH A BAD PICTURE. WE TALKED AND EVERYONE PUT THERE ISSUES ON THE TABLE. WE THEN AGREED MAYBE THERE HAD BEEN A MISCOMMUNICATION BETWEEN OUR LAWYERS,’ he said.
I THANK GOD AND AM HOPING THAT AFTER CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC, OUR CO-PARENTING WILL IMPROVE.