Thursday, September 11 2014
"When a guy gets protective over you I swear that eish right there is dope. I think it's super adorable, intruders get your level, " were Zari's words two days back and now just hours after splitting;
"Stress comes from trying to maintain a positive attitude in the midst of negative people. God didn't give me the spirit of fear & you're not going to give me your spirit of negativity. Mistakes make you wiser, heartbreak makes you stronger, & wrong turns often take you to the right place. It all serves a purpose. Sometimes bad things bring about good change..sometimes little decisions alter the big picture."
Just in case you are not aware, Zari and Farouk are no more. The couple split yesterday and Ruth Kalule, Farouk's other gal is the reason behind their splitting. Zari is now waiting for the right man "This is a blow, I trusted him you know, I thought he could be different but you all men are crap. But I have faith, my guy is out there somewhere, he will come the right time."
Zari dated basket ball player , Isaac Lugudde aka LK4 at the time she was still with Ivan Semwanga, the father of her three sons. She put an LK4 tattoo on her upper thigh just to prove her love for him but things did not work out. She then bounced back to Ivan before hooking the muscle man, Farouk Ssempala. They've been together for 10 months.
Chances are, she will be bouncing back to Ivan now that on September 6, the couple kissed during Chameleone's show in South Africa. It should also be recalled that the Zari White Party is around the corner and Zari needs the funds, so this really left Farouk with limited options but being chucked.
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