Brooklyn City College CEO and Co-founder Zari Hassan has disclosed that she will be moving out of Diamond Platnumz owned Mansion in South Africa come September this year.
Zari Hassan to move out of Diamond’s house (Video)
Change of heart for the Boss Lady
In an interview with MillardAyo, Zari mentioned that, currently she is refurbishing a new mansion she bought for her family which will accomodate everyone.
Ms Hassan also noted that she owns other four houses in South Africa, three of which were bought by the late Ivan Don and one by her baby daddy Diamond.
Zari to move out in September
“Nyumba ya Nasseb sio Tatizo, Kwanza sio nyumba ya Nasseb (Diamond) ni Nyumba ya watoto, hata kama iko under his name, mimi nimetumia akili kusema nimezaa na Diamond and looking at everything that is happening lazima kuwe na investment ambayo watoto wanaweza kuclaim. He can claim it if he wants he has the right but mimi naona ni kama ni nyumba ya watoto. So kuhamia to my new house ni probably September because inachukua 8 weeks kufanya transfer of title deeds and all those things. So mi naona Sepetmber nitakuwa nimehamia. Nyumba iko Pritoria, sehemu inaitwa Silva light.
"Hapa tuna nyumba tatu, zile tulikuwa tumenunua tukiwa na Ivan halafu moja, ndo nimeongeza juzi juzi. So sasa hivi nina Nyumba nne. Nyumba ya kwanza iko under Ivan’s name, ya Pili iko under our colleges name, alafu another one is a town house," said Zari Hassan.
In April Zari had told off critics that she was not going to move out of Diamond’s mansion, but it now seems things have changed.
“Wenye comment za toka kwa nyumba yetu. Tabia za kuzaa na wanaume bila kutumia akili sio tatizo langu. Nilitumia akili zangu kununuliwa nyumba na watoto wangu (It’s a future investment for the kids).Kumbuka nyumba ninazo 4 apa sauzi. Mwenye uwezo wake aje anitoe,”reads Zari’s response.
A section of Chibu Dangote’s fans were castigating the Boss Lady, asking her to move out of the South Africa house on grounds that she no longer an item with the singer.
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