Business woman Zari Hassan is in Love. Ms Hassan has been flaunting gifts received from her new Man "KingBae” day in day out with lovely messages affirming that her heart is contented.
KingBae continues to spoil Zari with special goodies (Photos)
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On Wednesday, Ms Hassan showered KingBae with praise after receiving flowers wrapped up with money and commended his way of expressing love.
KingBae (Zari’s new Man) seems to be a man who likes to treat his woman right, when it comes to gifts and surprises.
“What did I do to deserve all this? My heart is so thankful & full my Love. Love is a precious thing and am blessed to love and have the love from a great man like yourself. I love you Bae” reads Zari’s post.
Over the weekend, the Boss Lady threw shade at her baby daddy Diamond Platnumz, while cruising in KingBae's Ferrari. She mentioned that Diamond’s cheating behavior made her realize she deserved better.
“Thank you for playing me ex. I couldn’t have seen better. When he says caption it ZARI in a RARI. Love you Papichulo,” wrote Zari Hassan.
In February, Zari got a number of gifts among them; a Louis Vuitton Flower Hobo shoulder bag in the brand's classic Monogram Canvas.
The high-end item does not come cheap and according to the Louis Vuitton site, retails at an estimated retail value of $1,820.
The mum-of-five recently gave fans a glimpse at her love life with King Bae by sharing a message he sent her after she cooked for him.
“You gave me a glimpse of the rest of my life as it should be. You are a script that needs no editing. You are everything I admired in different people compacted into one. You are a person I am willing to entirely surrender unto in my entirety with zero reservations and no hidden agenda. You have a beautiful character, personality, enthusiasm, charisma, presence and appearance. You are the answer to my biggest prayer, I am fully devoted to you with no doubt whatsoever.I admire your entire family as well. I love you,” read part of a sweet message KingBae sent.
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