Zari Hassan claps back after being asked to move out of Diamond’s House

No Chills

Zari Hassan with her Kids Nillan and Tiffah.

Brooklyn City College CEO and Co-founder Zari Hassan has hit back at fans pressuring her to move out of her Baby Daddy’s (Diamond Platnumnz) House in South Africa.

Ms Hassan, told-off critics that she was not moving out of the said House anytime soon, as she used her brains to make sure the Baby Daddy buys the house for his family.

She went ahead to state that the House is a future investment for her kids with Diamond and she also owns other four houses in South Africa.

“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,” read Zari’s response.

Move Out

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 was no longer an item with the singer.

“Zari if you can hear me move out of that House, you are a billionaire,” read one of the comment.

This comes hours after an anger-filled rant was witnessed on social media prompting Zari to refer to Diamond and his new bae as idiots.

“By now my ex is telling his new girlfriend how bad I was and the girl too will be feeling pity for him thinking she’s got a saint. Two idiots,” Zari wrote accompanied by laughing emojis.

Platnumz claimed that Ms Hassan cheated on him with P-squares Peter Okoye, but she refuted the claims.

Zari’s response

 “From my side, we have forgotten about you; you no longer exist. You have no contact with your kids because you decided to; your ego does not let you to. We do not get any emotional or financial support from you. I do not understand where you get the audacity to go on national radio in your own country and start accusing me of having all these affairs that I never did, when you knew the whole time that you had a girl sleeping in my bed, our bed… the house that I furnished, and now you are going on national radio talking about me… You know what? My mama raised me better than that. But do not push the button, because when I start talking about you, honey, you will hide, you will hide!” said Zari.

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