Diamond’s sister speaks on her relationship with their father (Video)

This comes weeks after it was reported that Mzee Abdul was ailing

Diamond, Queen Darleen and their father Mzee Abdul

Diamond Platnumz’s Sister Queen Darleen has cleared the air on allegations that they had neglected their father Mzee Abdul Juma.

Speaking to Wasafi TV, Queen explained that, it was not true that their father is ailing, as photos that went viral on social media were taken back in 2005.

Darleen disclosed that as opposed to what was shared extensively on the internet, they have a very good relationship with their father.

Queen Darleen Speaks

“So juzi tu nimezungumza naye kama week hivi limepita. Unajua mara ya mwisho nimeongea naye baada ya Yule dada wa Kizungu kuja nyumba na kusema kuwa hatumsaidii, lakini ukweli ni kwamba mimi na Mzee Abdul tunaongea vizuri. Kwanza zile picha ambazo zilikuwa zinarushwa mtandaoni zilikuwa za mwaka wa 2005, hata mimi mwenye niliziona zikanibore sana. kwa hivyo sio kwamba baba anaumwa sasa ivi, hiyo ilikuwa kitambo, na hata alitakiwa kwenda South Africa wakati ule lakini mwenyewe akazingua. Lakini sisi na Mzee tunamwelewa vizuri" said Queen Darleen.

She added that Diamond has a normal relationship with his father as opposed to what people say and he helps him whenever he can.

Diamond and his father

“Unajua Nasseb na Baba wanawasiliana, lakini yeye ndiye anarushiwa maneno lakini kwa upande mwingine , yeye ndo anahangaika naye sana. Alafu ujua sio eti Mzee hakuwa na pesa, alikuwa na hela zake lakini kazitumia vibaya. So hatuwezi kuforce jamii kuwambia baba yetu sisi tunamfanyia mambo haya na haya, haiwezi kuwa hivyo” said Queen Darleen.

Her sentiments come days after Mzee Abdul made a plea to his kids (Diamond and Queen Darleen) through their adopted sister Zubeida from the United Kingdom.

Zubeida said “I don’t know why you are hesitating to come to see your dad. What has he done that is really bad to make you not come to see him? That’s what I want to know. Please as one of your daddies’ daughters, please I’m asking you if possible come see your father, sit down talk and sort out this problem between you and your daddy. Your father is not well, he is very ill. He is always ill. Whenever I communicate with him he is crying because of the pain,” 

For the past few months, Mzee Abdul has been doing whatever it takes to get his son’s attention since he walked out on them years ago.

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