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“I need your prayers, I might not live to see March” – Diamond Platnumz



In what sounds as a shocking and scary reaction to Diamond Platnumz ‘s babymama’s decision to quit her relationship with the popular Tanzanian singer, he has come on social media to show his distress on the situation and even revealed that he might not live to see March.

The singer took to Instagram over the weekend, just some few days after his estranged babymama decided to ditch him over series of cheating allegations.

Platnumz shared a video of one of his proteges, Mbosso and revealed how some lines in the song, mixed with a black rose break his heart terribly.

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Hayo Mashairi Chaganya na Ua Jeusi…… Dah @mbosso_ naona Kama Ulintabiria Mdogo angu😭😥🤦‍♂️

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Diamond Platnumz wondered whether his latest signee had foreseen his fall. And it was quite shocking to note that the singer feared if he would live to see the next month.

Zari Hassan broke up with Platnumz on Wednesday, February 14. The beautiful lady took to Instagram to share a photo of a black rose accompanied by a long statement. According to her, she had placed the singer on probation a month earlier, hoping that he would change on his attitudes of cheating on her with different women .

In her post on Instagram, she wrote:

Understand that this is very difficult for me to do.

There have been multiple rumors some with evidence floating around in ALL SORTS of media in regards to Diamond’s constant cheating and sadly I have decided to end my relationship with Diamond, as my RESPECT, INTEGRITY, DIGNITY & WELL BEING cannot be compromised.

We are separating as partners but not as parents.

This doesn’t reduce me as a self-made individual, and as a caring mother, and the boss lady you have all come to know.

I will continue to build as a mogul, i will inspire the world of women to become boss ladies too.

I will teach my four sons to always respect women, and teach my daughter what self-respect means.

Unlike many, I’ve been in the entertainment industry for 12 years, and through all my challenges I came out a victor because I am a winner, and so are all of you Zari supporters.