Zari Hassan was pissed.
In response, she revealed that she doesn't really need the South African house as she has 4 houses in the country but will stay put in the house that Diamond got for her. If anyone has the guts, they can come and forcefully evict her from the house.
The Boss Lady also added that she secured a future for her children by acquiring the house thanks to her street smarts unlike some who just gave birth without using their brains.
“Wenye comment za ‘toka kwa nyumba yetu’. Tabia zakuzaa na wanaume bila kutumia akili sio tatizo langu. Nilitumia akili zangu kama mimi kununuliwa nyumba na watoto wangu (it’s a future investment for the kids). Kumbuka nyumba ninazo nne apa Sauzi. Mwenye uwezo wake aje anitoe. #LifeisGucci,” wrote Zari on Instagram.
Zari’s latest post attracted a number of comments with many praising her for her tough stance in the face of hostility.
However, not everyone is jumping on the clapback bandwagon and one of them is teacher Wanjiku who believes that one should just ignore their haters.
“I never understand why we give haters so much attention and energy. We should try and post the positive messages more,” Teacher Wanjiku commented on Zari’s post.
Zari acquired the mega-mansion in South Africa as a birthday gift from Diamond and as they anticipated the arrival of their second born son Nillan Naseeb.
After he bought the house and flaunted it on Instagram, Diamond went on to slam Zari ex Ivan the Don from the famous ‘Rich Gang’ in Uganda. The ‘Jibebe’ singer taunted the late Ivan for living lavish and yet his sons live in rented houses.
“Wanakazana kujisifu matajiri Ilhali watoto zao wanaishi kwenye Nyumba zakupanga… halaf leo yuleyule wanaemtukana kutwa kwenye Mitandao kuwa Masikini, kajawa na shida, Kanunua nyumba kulekule kwao ili watoto wao waishi Maisha bora kama wanayoyatamani ," read the caustic post. (They keep bragging that they are rich and yet their kids live in rentals. But today, that person they kept calling poor day in day out on social media has bought a house in South Africa so that his children can live a better life, the kind of life they wish for.)