Guys, Tanasha Donna does listen to your concerns and files them away in the “noted” file.
Diamond Platnumz ex-wife, Zari Hassan has on many occasions warned Tanasha that she needs to be very vigilant because a cheetah does not change its stripes.
During an Instalive session with fans, Zari advised Tanasha that eventually, she will have to fend for her own kids the way she is.
“I really hope you have enough money to take care of this child. Because he is who he is. It is also another thing when you have to deal with a deadbeat of three. It leaves me questioning what are your [Tanasha’s] priorities?”
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In an interview with Millard Ayo, Zari defended her comments saying,
I didn’t say it in bad faith. My comment meant that just in case of anything, she must be ready to take care of her child because we can all see. If you look at his (Diamond’s) cycle and the other women it’s the same thing. I didn’t see anything new.
When asked about what she thinks about Diamond and Tanasha’s relationship, she said,
You must understand people change I can’t rule him out as a bad person. Maybe he learnt his lesson. We should give him the benefit of doubt. He can be a good guy.
One fan posed a question to Tanasha about whether she worried Diamond would dump her after she had had his baby?
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Tanasha was diplomatic with her response.
“Everyone has an ex, everyone has a past kabla nimjue Diamond mimi mwenyewe nilikuwa na exes [Before I knew Diamond, I too had exes]. I had three different exes before I was with him so siwezi judge mtu based on their past and it doesn’t mean I’m going to completely ignore it.”
Tanasha added that her focus was on the present and how the Bongo music heartthrob was treating her.
“I am looking at my situation right now, if you treat me good right now then we’re good. The reason I can’t judge him on his past is because it’s his past. Point blank period.”
Seems our girl had her feet firmly planted on the ground and not on cloud nine. We wish her all the best with Diamond.