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“When a person cheats on you it’s not you it’s them” – Zari responds to Diamond Platnumz Infidelity



Yesterday we reported that Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz had admitted to cheating on his long-term partner Zari, with Hamisa Mobtheo who gave birth to a baby boy a few weeks ago.

Zari has remained silent all through this discovery but now she has a few things to say.

She wrote:

Am such an early morning person as some can see on my snap, usually up by 5am. Let’s start this day on a different note, shall we?

Ladies and gentlemen I’ve heard you loud and clear, the advises, the consolation, the pity, the hurt you feeling on my behalf most of all the betrayal. But let’s look at this on the positive side. When a person chooses to cheat on you it’s not YOU actually its THEM which usually turns out that they played themselves while they thought they are playing you.

You should never look down on yourself, don’t ever think you are worthless because of another person’s mistake & never blame yourself. But always look at how to pick yourself up and get going. That said, with my birthday approaching let’s put all this negative energy behind us and appreciate, LIFE! ?

Photo Credit: @zaribosslady



    September 20, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Hmmmm, the power of money.!!
    If money grew on trees, women would have no problem marrying baboons.
    Just go check the Platinumz dude in question!
    Luck smiled at him and see how ravishing women harrass him; Dillish (BBA winner), this Zari and the new one.

    When women make noise here about “empowerment”, i just laugh. That talk is for the struggling guy. When you come across a LOADED dude, in most cases, that “empowerment” talk usually dissappears.
    But of course, they will never admit it openly here….
    Awww, c’mon, a man’s beauty is in his pocket, abi na? lol.

    This Zari sef, with all this her beauty and hotness (after pushing how many babies again), couldn’t she snag herself one top CEO? Yeah i said it, lol!!!

    • Anon

      September 20, 2017 at 1:48 pm

      Lets talk real brief on empowerment; it is the power or authority given to someone to do something. And if you for a minute expand your mind and be honest with yourself, you’ll will realize that historically women have been deprived of that right. Then maybe you can sympathize instead of laugh at those that call for that basic right.

      Speaking of empowerment, here’s another definition, “the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights.”

      Now ask yourself, how does that definition fit into your narrative? I’ll give you a moment….it doesn’t right? Exactly.

      Now lets look at it from another POV, you say the “empowerment talk” disappears when it comes to rich men. I disagree; isn’t it the act of empowerment to make your own decision on whether to take xyz from a man or woman based on his financial status or whatever reason(No one bashes a woman who decides to marry a man based on his piety). The decision is on a case by case basis; whatever reason women chose to marry is her right. Now the morality on the choice is another story but i honestly don’t see how it takes away from “empowerment”. Who that someone is, and what that someone is, is solely on a case to case basis. So if she decides to stay, leave, or do whatever….she should be free to do so, as its her right.

    • Smh

      September 20, 2017 at 2:56 pm

      Anon I couldn’t have said it better myself. Thank you for that robust response.
      As for you Riff Raff, an actual riff raff is what you are. All the poor women staying with cheating and beating husbands nko ? You didn’t address them? Your own mama that endured your fathers bs nko? Use sense please. Men will make you hate them for loving them and then turn around to abuse you on top of it all. They will abuse you if you leave and abuse you if you stay. Now coming to try to diminish our strides toward gender equality because of cheating men. Please receive sense

    • Mrs K

      September 20, 2017 at 3:30 pm

      @Riff Raff Zari has money now more than Diamond, her late billionaire husband left her all his empire to manage, so if she want to leave she can leave not because of money. Diamond money is a chicken change to her

  2. Ese

    September 20, 2017 at 12:40 pm

    Zari , well said ……its not your fault a man cant keep his manhood in a place

  3. Jane

    September 20, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    You know me, I always emphasize this. Its who I am. The problem with the world today is Godlessness. This here is a perfect example: another beautiful, smart looking woman maltreated by a man. What does the Bible say? ” charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord……… She’s beautiful but stills goes through the same problems the average woman goes through. Let’s stop putting these women on pedestal and make them think that their beauty is all that matters… In the eyes pf God, if you don’t fear him, no matter how beautiful you look, you are the ugliest. Just commit your way to God and seek guidance. He will never lead you wrong. Instead, you go about popping babies for men you’re not committed to.

    • anon

      September 20, 2017 at 3:37 pm

      you sound jealous of her beauty. Because if you were in the mood to make sense you’d agree that godly, smart women who are submissive, pay bills, intelligent, etc still get cheated on. Women who married as virgins get cheated on. You and all the low self esteem suffering people that liked your comment should get over yourselves.

  4. ZarifuckYou

    September 20, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    Wema took him. Out the gutters cleaned him up against all her family’s will taught him how to speak English and invested a lot in his music career and here you came) mom of 3 and years older than diamondr) with your sangoma juju witchcraft and snatched him from wema, when u were then already a mom of three by Ivan (your bergen husband who now has died a few months ago).

    To add insult to injury u made fun and mocked wema sepetu continuously of her barren Ness and fact that she can’t have a baby. We all have the screen shot Zari.

    And now you have mouth to talk Zari

  5. Jane

    September 20, 2017 at 3:55 pm

    My dear @anon, its not low self esteem. That’s why some people don’t comment here, because if you say the bitter truth, they read meaning to it. I am a very beautiful lady,physically speaking, but I know that more important than my physical beauty is my inner one, and I can only develop that in Christ. Am not with Jesus as a solution for any deficiency (those are side benefit), being with him is what I created for. So there’s no such thing as low self esteem. What’s there to be envious about? Jesus is the way. It doesn’t mean you won’t encounter problemsl, but with God, you’re a winner. The point is, God’s way is the best, whether you agree or not. Analyze things and don’t be so quick on the defense

    • anon

      September 20, 2017 at 4:08 pm

      oh please.
      #1If you’re such a good Christian you won’t be berating someone who’s already been publicly humiliated.
      #2Why bring her beauty into it like she’s the one who asked to be put on a pedestal.
      #3 You kept going on and on about her beauty and God as though you know anything about her walk with God or if she has repented from her past mistakes.
      #4 Married women go through what Zari went through and worse, so being a babymama doesn’t make anyone deserving of public humiliation.
      #5 If Zari got pregnant with another man’s child you wouldn’t write an epistle blaming Diamond for being a babydaddy or beautiful or rich, so what”s your point if not that you are jealous and possibly a bigoted misogynist?
      #6 If you want to be mean and jealous do it with your chest without bringing God and Christianity into it. You want to criticise a celeb with insensitive ‘advice’ but even as an anonymous poster you can’t handle criticism. Go figure

    • Olanma

      September 21, 2017 at 4:27 pm

      What’s is wrong with you “anon”?
      Whenever you comment on BN; you’re either disagreeing with other people’s comments or forcing yours down their throats. If you’re rational or reasonable, you’ll understand that people WILL always have various opinions and they certainly will differ from yours. It doesn’t make them haters, it also doesn’t mean they have low-esteem. People will ALWAYS see things differently from you. Deal with it.

    • anon

      September 21, 2017 at 11:13 pm

      @ola you have disagreed with me so what makes you different from me? The frequency of your comments. Get over yourself, forums are for exercising opinions. You sound pained 🙂 :*

    • Olanma

      September 22, 2017 at 1:09 am

      Pained? ? I am not pained; you’re the one who’s forever pained. Always having something to argue about. I have disagreed with you but I’m not as irrational as you are and I’m not forcing you to see things the way I see them or calling you a hater or someone with low self-esteem; just cause we disagree. You will be alright. ?

  6. Jokate

    September 20, 2017 at 9:44 pm

    She got what she deserved.
    Next time don’t leave your husband of three and go sleep around with several known men in your nation Uganda, and come here to Tanzania sleep with an upcoming boy who the whole world knew was seeing someone else called wema .

    You saw they had a lil fight and break, u jumped on this man and within 5 months announced you were pregnant for him. After all the snatching and stealing and mocking our wema cos she can’t conceive (just as someone said) and after adiamond still didn’t marry you. Why didn’t he at least engage you. No engagement, no traditional no wedding. Why was that

    And by the way he’s a devout Muslim and in our culture and religion here in Tanzania he’s allowed four. So Zari Park well. You think he wasn’t going to have babies with his fellow Tanzanian but rather an older mother of three from Uganda. No honey. He actually has two more women to go or three if you choose not to stay. The ball is in your court.

    Hamisa is Muslim she will have no problem with a third or fourth. It’s allowed in our culture

  7. Jemimah

    September 20, 2017 at 11:43 pm

    I cant believe this woman is portraying herself as a victim. Woman please! You left your husband after 3 kids for Diamond, who was *seriously* seeing another woman at that time. Now, karma has decided to deal you a lil blow, you wanna play the victim card, no, you do not qualify on this occasion.
    Girl..Sit down and enjoy the dish you ordered and….. remember to leave a tip.

    • Liz Bennet

      September 21, 2017 at 8:57 pm

      Ermmmm… so karma affects only the woman? What about the man who cannot make up his mind and stick to one woman?
      No one can get snatched abeg. No one put a gun to the man’s head to do whatever he did!

  8. Jane

    September 22, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    @anon, relax. God loves you. You have a very competitive spirit, and its admirable. I’d like you to use it and fight for Godly and honorable causes. Am just taking this opportunity to bring people to see the maim root of the problem, not shame the woman. @anon, look at all the big societal Ladies that have cars, houses,mansion and stuff, while all that is great,the problem is that you finally decide that you don’t need God and can do anything on your own. Have you seen a repeated consequences of that singular decision? If you browse the internet you’ll see that this is always the result. You cannot leave God out pf your life and TRILY succeed. She may have fame and money but I assure you, a young woman waiting on God, improving herself, giving to the church and saving lives in diverse ways in a remote village, probably not bouyant financially, but she’s 1000 times better.

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