Zari sheds tears over Hamisa Mobetto
30 DEC 2017 1:05 AM
Top East African rivals, Zari Hassan and Hamisa Mobetto have taken their fight a notch higher after the Tanzanian model came to Uganda for the Gal Power Party. This was a direct attack on Zari now that the parties were held on the same day and shockingly, the Mobetto party had patrons coming through.
When Zari arrived for the party, she did not look happy a single bit, though she tried to cover up, Inside Guvnor, she was seen being comforted by rapper, Navio.
As expected, Zari had to attack what he termed as slay cartoons, including Hamisa who had teamed up to fight her, but in the end, she trounced them as she noted by comparing herself to an Elephant.
"There's a difference between a mosquito and an elephant."
These very words forced Hamisa to shoot back in the same measure saying that mosquitoes are more harmful to humans, it's no wonder we all sleep in mosquito nets.
Hamisa concluded by noting that she will not be intimidated by a 'pawnstar' who is 3 years older than her mother.
Zari's breaking down is not something to take lightly and the words that followed considering what she noted days after Platnumz cheating on her...
"I don't fight for 'egg plants', but I'm after Investments.."
The script seems to have changed with the latest responses to Hamisa;
"Young all the time, but you can't get your own man, what an insecure w.hor.e Let's see which man wants you after this drama. Baby daddy
"Weren't you the same w.hore crying on social media that Lulu stole your man, Majizo, but you turned out to be doing the same and yet you know how it feels."
"You knew he was someone's man, had a family, but you still decided to open your legs and get pregnant...."
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