Tuesday, June 25 2013
The issue of Sharon O has now taken yet another twist. Zari who is currently in South Africa was yesterday detained briefly before her young brother, Karim Hassan came to her rescue. The boss lady has been going through a lot lately from the time she bumped into Sharon O and hubby feeling cozy in a car.
Much as Zari in her statement claimed that they had talked with Sharon O and also blessed her to move on, it was actually the other way round. On finding the hubby and Sharon, The EX Big Brother star threatened to go public about it, but trust Zari, she had to be the one to let the world know even before Sharon O could gather herself.
The latest fight between Zari and Ivan that led to her being detained briefly stems from Ivan Semwanga's young brother, King Lawrence. This is the very guy that was so happy that his brother had got Nickita, the babe who eventually was given a BMW.
King Lawrence went an extra mile to even photoshop some customised number plate in the name of SHARON O and placed it on a grey Range Rover Sport just to hit at Zari. This is when Zari together with her gals went to attack Sharon and Ivan over the matter.
However, along the way, police was called in to quell the situation and Zari was arrested. Meawhile, as Zari was still in and her young brother Karim was trying to get her bail, King Lawrence was like; "Why even bother to get her out, leave her there, that's where she belongs."
Moments later, Zari was released and first on her agenda was to tell off King Lawrence. "Man you are g#y, and no am not locked up, stick to being his mushikaje (mukwasi wansawo ) as for me....sili ur business. Let Ivan worry abt me not you. Last I checked he is concerned abt my well being & his sons....luwuba empale mbu lulina say. Kuki, nga ani? Nga otandikidewa.....? Lmao", Zari said.
Talking to one of her sisters, Zari said that no matter how many girls he(King Lawrence) brings for his brother (Ivan), I'm going nowhere and I have a business with Ivan.
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