Socialite turned businesswoman Zari Hassan has hired a lawyer to keep her ex-lover Diamond Platinum in check and make sure the bongo star singer adheres to the co-parenting deal the two signed after splitting.
The Ugandan socialite ended her relationship with the Tanzanian singer in February this year accusing him of cheating on her and disrespecting her.
Reports from Tanzania suggest that Zari is pretty serious about the well-being of the pair’s kids and understands the contribution fathers make in their kids’ lives.
She doesn’t want the kids to grow up without a father figure in their lives so they don’t feel loved enough.
After the split, Zari accused the ‘African Beauty’ hit maker of being an absent dad and neglecting his parental duties but they later on settled their disagreements with the help of Diamond’s manager Salim and agreed on co-parenting.
Fresh details have emerged regarding the former flames’ co-parenting agreement.
According to Tanzania’s Global Publishers, Zari hired a lawyer to make sure the Tanzanian heart throb adheres to the rules they agreed upon including children’s’ visitation days among others.
The agreement stipulates that Diamond travels to South Africa every month regardless of whether he is booked to perform or not to spend quality time with the two toddlers.
The Tanzanian singer is also not allowed to sleep in the same room as his ex.
Diamond Platinumz seems to be keeping his end of the bargain as he has been making numerous visits to South Africa to visit Latiffah Dangote 3 and Prince Nillan 1.
“Diamond has been visiting South Africa-where his children live with their mother-every month because it is a legal obligation he must meet. That obligation was set by Zari’s lawyer, who she hired to ensure that their co-parenting agreement is fully observed” a source told Global Publishers.
However, when in South Africa, Diamond sleeps in hotels because he is not allowed to spend nights in the same room as Zari.
Diamond is reported to have confirmed this development but declined to divulge any details telling off reporters to ‘mind their business’.