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Zari hits back at critics demanding her to evacuate Diamond’s house in South Africa

Zari Hassan has ruled out returning the house her ex Diamond Platinumz bought for her in South Africa following their breakup.

The Tanzanian heart throb gifted his then-fiancée, Zari with a house on her 36th birthday and took a dig at her late husband tycoon Ivan Ssemwanga while unveiling it on Instagram.

They are busy bragging themselves that they are Rich while their Kids staying in the Renting House… and now a person who they are daily abusing and saying that he’s broke & Poor Bought a House, so that their Kids can have a better life, as they always wish on Social Media….. Happy Birthday Mama tee i hope you like our new South African House….Can’t wait for your Big weekend in Zanzibar tomorrow….I love you So much mama tee, we ndio Salome wa Moyo wangu pekee @zarithebosslady”. Diamond wrote alongside photos of the house.

 The relationship is no more after Zari dumped the father of her two children Nillan and Tiffa on Valentine’s Day 2018 over allegations of cheating her with many other girls.

It is due to that reason, that Diamond’s fans are demanding she returns the house but seems Zari is having none of it!
The newly minted Tourism Ambassador of Uganda took to Instagram on Monday to address the fans saying she used her brains to get the house for her children and will not be returning it.

Wenye comment za ‘toka kwa nyumba yetu.’ Tabia zakua na wanaume bila kutumia akili sio tatizo langu. Nilitumia akili zangu kama mimi kununuliwa nyumba na watoto wangu. Kumbuka nyumba ninazo 4 apa Sauzi. Mwenye uwezo wake aje anitoe. #LifeIsGucci.”

This literally means that, “Those who say I have kids with different men and that I should move out of the house should know that that is not my problem? I used my brains to acquire the house. It is a future investment for my kids. Remember that I have four houses in South Africa. Those who feel brave enough should come and evict me”.

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