Saturday, August 15 2015
Zari's baby, @princess_latiffah is less than 10 days old but the socialite is not about to show her daughter's face. The fans want to know whose features the celebrity baby with close to 90,000 followers on Instagram has taken.
However, Zari and Tanzania's Diamond Platnumz are still weighing the options before the fans can eventually see the beautiful princess. What is causing the delay?
Media houses - Publishers in TZ are not offering enough otherwise, the pics could be all over by now.
Wema Sepetu camp - Wema Sepetu's camp has released a doctored pic of a baby they are calling Latiffah, so as a way of countering them, Zari will continue to hide the baby's face rendering those in circulation null and void.
Who does the baby look like? - The fans want to see if they can see certain traits of the baby having a spitting image of her dad or whether at all she resembles Zari's previous partners considering that it's only a matter of hours when Zari dumped Farouk to start dating Diamond Platnumz.
It's still too early - If Latiffah's overall resemblance was that of Platnumz, the pic would be already on social networks leaked by none other than her mom but chances are this is not the case, so they will wait a little longer to see if she could look like the father, it's then that the pic will start doing rounds.
Zari-Ivan-Lawrence drama - A few days back, Ivan's half brother, King Lawrence shared a pic of him and Zari's ex hubby Ivan Ssemwanga chilling which he captioned as; "Chilling with Tiffah's father," now this line has a caused a storm in TZ with one of the dailies having a screaming headline; "TIFFAH SI MTOTO WA DIAMOND" translated as Tiffah is not Diamond's child.
This has left Zari with no choice but to reach out to her swahili speaking followers to let them know that the baby out there is not Tiffah.
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