Wednesday, June 17 2015
This game is becoming very interesting..It started off with Katsha buying a Lambo but being the second after Ivan's, it has not generated much excitement the way Ivan Semwanga's did.
On Tuesday, Diamond Platnumz who is in South Africa to check on his boo, Zari, was shooting a video for his latest song and one of his ideas was to have a Lambo feature as a hot scene in the video, it took a phone call for Zari to convince Katsha to hand over the ride but before doing so, Katsha used that time as a photo moment with the Bongo flavour star which wasn't bad for his 'CV'.
"Thanks a lot baby, It's finally here.." Platnumz wrote on his instagram profile. Now this is the message that sent mixed signals to the extent that Zari was forced out of her her bed to come and rescue the situation.
In the above message, Platnumz made it look like Zari had bought the ride for him as a Thank You for the job well done, but Zari very quickly came to his rescue in this post:
"Many thanks to my brother Katsha the King of rides, for making it happen, Ma boo couldn't stop thanking me I guess it's always good to have a gal who's got your back, thanks once again. Watch the space # NewVideoTingz!!!!," Zari noted on her wall.
She then went on to attack the women who were on her case that these days she only strikes a pose in the kitchen and bedroom but not with the posh rides when she was still with Ssemwanga, the father of her three sons. She did not have kind words for these ones;
"Ebikazi bizungila ku Facebook oti mbwa dakukyalo mbu bili nonya lugambo," loosely translated as; "These women just hang around Facebook like village dogs in search for gossip..."
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