Even if you marry 100 women, I will always be mama Tiffah – Zari Hassan

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Even if you marry 100 women, I will always be mama Tiffah – Zari Hassan

Brooklyn City College CEO Zari Hassan has sent a message to her baby daddy Diamond Platnumz, reiterating that she will always be the mother to their kids.

Speaking in an interview with Millard Ayo, the South Africa based Ugandan socialite said that being mother to Tiffah and Nillan will remain to be, and nothing can change that even if Diamond decides to marry up to a hundred women.

Zari also said that she has forgiven her baby daddy for everything that has happened between them and that she is in a better place.

She went on to say that their kids are still young and he (Diamond Platnumz) still has time to make peace with his children. Zari added that she believes that the kids will also forgive him.

I’ve learnt to forgive, I have forgiven him I’m in a better place and I’m sure even his kids will forgive him. I mean they are too small but they will, he still has time for him to make up for the wrongs he has done with his children. It’s over between me and him, everybody has moved on, everybody has new partners he’s expecting a baby but we are still going to be parents to our children. There will never be another mama Tiffah, there is always gonna be one mama Tiffah, one mama Nillan hata uoe wanawake kumi, ishirini, a hundred no mama Tiffah will always be mama Tiffah it’s been written in the books and that history can’t change,” she said.

In the interview, Zari also mentioned that she is not ready to have children with her new man because of a lot things she is currently doing, but stated that she still has the strength, and desire to have more kids.

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