Hamisa Mobetto and Zari in new fight over child support money
11 NOV 2017 11:38 PM
Zari wonders why chic does not get another ni-g-ger and move on!
Diamond Platnumz's women, Hamisa Mobetto and Zari Hassan, are up in arms once again. This follows the huge amount that Hamisa is demanding from Diamond Platnumz, she wants Ugx 8million per month and court will decide on Wednesday whether or not the Bongo Flava star pays that much or the amount be reduced.
Diamond Platnumz lawyer said told court that the amount being demanded by the Tanzanian model was too high and his client could not afford.
Using Snap Chat, Zari wondered why someone does not get another guy.."It's the same way that he's gonna take you out...Me Im gonna ask for child support from you...from who..Me Zari, I will walk away with all my dignity, They are your kids why does the b==== have to fight for child support, he is your child go and support him...If you don't support your kids, it's fine, nigga move, let the next nigger take over, "Zari noted.
When this got to Hamisa, she recalled the time when Zari had to delay the announcement of her husband's death.
"Some woman who had to claim her dead husband was still alive because she needed enough time to flex for what to use to bring her children up is not ashamed to call another a b.itc.h and tell her to wait for the next man to take up the responsibility?" B.itc.h they are your children, why fight for child support, go look after them, or wait for the next guy to take over!That's the same confidence you used to call someone barren. You seem not to have learnt from your own experience. Let me hope you will stand the test of time.The world is watching."
Just when we thought that things were calming down, we were wrong, it only gets worse. We now wait to see what court decides on Wednesday.
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