Socialite Zari Clashes with Fans Over Her Father’s House

Socialite cam businesswoman Zarinah Hassan alias Zari was yesterday trolled by a faction of her fans for not building her father a befitting village house despite her living the good life she portrays on social media.

This came shortly after the mother of five posted a photo of herself at her father’s home in Jinja dressed in a long black stripped maxi dress carrying a basket full of potatoes looking they had been washed with a caption, “Walking outta ma dad’s farm like…. #AfricanWoman. Anyone having organic sweet potatoes with me for dinner tonight?”

In the background of the picture, there were two structures that looked like a kitchen and a main house that many could not imagine staying in considering her fancy lifestyle, a thing that attracted mixed reactions from her fans.

Some fans have criticized Zari over her father’s home in Jinja

From questioning where her money goes, to accusing her of living a false life on social media, some of he fans and followers went on to claim she has neglected her family.

“All the riches you have and your parents leave in such a place God bless us be ashamed u lady tuswala,” wrote AJ Styles Pheominal.

“What? That’s your home its looks like poorest people why is your family living in the worst place,” wondered Mogesh.

“Don’t make your father to live in a place unfit for even wild animals, while you’re living in a paradise,” commented Braxton Bari.

Zari before heading for the Tulambule today morning

These comments were not welcomed well by the self-styled boss lady who immediately hit back at those criticizing her.


“@owachgiurichard how about you help build him one since he seems not to have one just because it wasn’t posted. One section of a photo and you think you’ve seen the whole farm,” Zari replied to one of her fans.

Other fans though opted to support her saying she has a right not to build for him since she struggled for her own self.

Zari is in the country to spear head the Tulambule with Zari campaign by the ministry of tourism which kicked off today in the western part of the country.

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