Friday, August 07 2015
Zari and Ivan Semwanga's first born, Pinto, has turned 12, a day after his mother giving birth to Diamond Platnumz' baby Latiffah Nassib Abdul Dangote.
In spite of her condition, she took time off baby Latiffah's busy schedule to wish Pinto the very best on his day.
"Let's send some bday wishes to my soccer star son Pinto. Happy bday my lovely, adorable, humble, smart & down to earth son. Words can't express how much you mean to me. Mommy loves you, may the Good Lord continue blessing you abundantly from this day forward.."
Then followed the dad; "Happy birthday to my first son wish him the best today."
Last year, Zari hired a Hummer Limo for Pinto and his buddies to go partying but this year, Pinto will have to celebrate without his mom who is miles away in Tanzania attending to her 2-day-old Latty.
Again, around this time last year, Zari was breaking up with Farouk Sempala and within just days, Diamond Platnumz was on board and the Latiffah results are here for all to see.
"We are very ok and happy. Clearly where does it state I broke up with Farouk coz he is broke or coz of the White Party..... We are ok and very much together," Those were the words Zari used as she tried to dispel rmours she had broken up with Farouk.
And, this was her take on hanging out with Ivan last year lest, it could cause problems in her new relationship(s).
"As for Ivan, he has every right to attend any of his kids functions, soccer games, B-Day parties, school events you name it, he has a right to be there. Our relationship differences does not make any of us less of parents. We still execute our duties as parents like expected."
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