South African based Ugandan businesswoman Zari Hassan has explained why she has welcomed bongo star Diamond Platnumz into her space after years of acrimonious existence.

The two broke up over claims of serial infidelity on Diamond’s part.

It now seems like all that pain and drama of the relationship and eventual breakup is water under the bridge.

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Zari schooled a social media user who claimed that she needs to be weary of Diamond’s move to get back into her life and that of her children.

The fan took to Zari’s post where she wrote,

“Your past has nothing to do with your future. Your decisions do.”


“When they stop talking TO you, they start talking ABOUT you 🤷‍♀️.”

The fan reminded Zari that Diamond is not doing the same for Tanasha’s child and that she has opted to go it alone without the musician.

In an interview with Jalango, Tanasha revealed that Diamond does zilch for her son.


“I have been doing it all on my own to be honest, I will be 100% honesty with you. I’m very real and I’m not gonna say something that is not the case, with all the respect I have for him and I don’t have any bad blood with him. He is not supporting and I’m doing it on my own and I don’t need his support to be honest. I’m raising my son just fine, there is nothing that boy lacks in his life. He is fine.” 

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Reacting to this, the fan asked Zari,

“Tanasha says she doesn’t need support to raise her boy… she is strong enough to do it herself…here they call you queen yet unaomba msaada,” the fan pointed out to zari.

Defending her self, Zari explained that letting back Diamond into her life has nothing to do with money but rather parental responsibility in raising the children.

“It is a father’s responsibility to be in their children’s life whether it’s a financial obligation or just emotional. He needs to communicate so they can know him. Note the difference. I’ve never asked my baby father for any financial support. I wanted my children to know him. To be in their lives, it’s their birthright. Not everything is always about money,” Zari wrote.

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