Diamond Platinumz, CEO of Wasafi TV and a musician, appears to have been fully driven out of the company by Zari Hassan, the boss lady. She made the conscious decision to place significant barriers between themselves and him.
Diamond, the boss of Wasafi TV, was not allowed to enter Zari’s hotel. Access was prohibited.
The bongo musician Diamond Platinumz, who is responsible for the hit song “African lady,” was discovered to be trying to get into Zari Hassan’s hotel room while she was away on a short business trip. This information was discovered after following up on a certain Tanzanian website. Unfortunately, Diamond was unable to proceed after Zari turned down his request while he was staying at the hotel.
It is said that Diamond Platinumz was in the country, and because she was the baby mama, he tried so hard to spot her in one of her hotels to try his luck. Unfortunately, she ordered her security guards to stop him from accessing inside her hotel, which was a shame for him. It is said that he tried so hard to spot her in one of her hotels to try his luck.
Still further to add on, it is said that Zari Thale was believed to have been in that hotel, and when the baby daddy, her ex Diamond Platinumz found out, he immediately went their to check up on her, but surprisingly, she was not there for some business trip where she told her security to stop him from entering. Still further, it is said that Zari Thale told her security to stop him from entering.
This demonstrated that Diamond Platinumz no longer held a particular place in Zari’s heart, and it probably caused him some pain to feel that the boss woman had gone on to other things in her life.
Zari Hassan is a Ugandan socialite, musician, and entrepreneur. She was born Zarinah Hassan on September 23, 1980, and she currently resides in South Africa, where she operates her businesses. Zari the Boss Lady is another name for Zari Hassan.
She and her late husband, Ivan Ssemwanga, were the co-founders of Brooklyn City College (BCC), a diverse and innovative educational organization situated in South Africa. She currently serves as the CEO of BCC and is the heir to the college. The main campus of BCC is located in Pretoria, and the institution also has campuses in Polokwane, Durban, Johannesburg, Nelspruit, Vereeniging, and Rustenburg.
After spending the previous two years in the United Kingdom, Hassan moved back to her home country of Uganda in the year 2000. After that, she uprooted her life and travelled to South Africa, where she subsequently met and wed Ivan Semwanga. Hassan and Ivan are the parents of three children. The couple parted ways in 2013 following Hassan’s allegations that Semwanga had physically abused her.
In the month of May 2017, Semwanga suffered a severe stroke and was taken to Steve Biko Academic Hospital for treatment. He passed away on May 25th, 2017, He was laid to rest in the country of Uganda.
After the funeral, Hassan went back to South Africa to manage her businesses as well as those of the businesses that had been left to her by her late husband. She is a mother to two children thanks to her relationship with the Tanzanian musician Diamond Platnumz.
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