Zari Hassan appears to miss the old days when fans would criticize her new boyfriends; especially with most assuming that she has never moved on from singer, Diamond Platnumz since their online break-up.
But such is life. The boss lady had to move on by force whether she liked it or not; besides her at that time Bongo baby daddy had another baby on the way, Dylan.
Anyway, it has since been 3 years and a few fans on social media continue to troll Zari for flaunting her boyfriends. After a short term relationship with King bae – mother of 5 – Zarinah Hassan has yet again introduced a new dark guy she likes to call ‘Thee Black Stallion.”
Haters gonna hate
Just by his name….I can assure you that he sounds like the kind of man any woman would want to settle down with. I mean, what could be the reason behind Zari naming him the black Stallion?
Just to prove how serious about this new catch; Zari Hassan just a few hours ago went on to share ‘hand’ photos flaunting her new bae. In one of the posts Zari wrote;
“The most miserable people will want to see you in their WhatsApp group. Don’t count me in that category a beg. I refuse to be one of you. Happiness lives here….if it ends in tears, let it. What will you as a person lose?”
In yet another post, the boss lady bragged by writing;
“Don’t break my lil hand errr I mean my ❤️ Mr man. Call him the dark stallion.”
We guess it that season that most couples have to prove a point on social media, right?
In other news – Why Rose Muhando is charging KSh 50 000 for Album launch
Tanzanian Gospel artist, Rose Muhando has finally revealed the reason why she’s charging Ksh 50,000 per person for the launching of her new album. She is set to perform on the 27th of this month at Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel along Waiyaki Way, from 12 pm to 6 pm.
Speaking in an interview on Radio Maisha, the 45-year-old reveals that the charges are for VVIP. She says that after COVID restrictions, she will plan a regular event at a very affordable price for everyone. She also claims that most people have already paid Ksh 50,000 for the event. Learn More