Tanzanian socialite Hamisa Mobetto has turned a year older and as expected, did it in style.
The socialite turned singer took to Instagram to share a series of photos while celebrating her birthday and capped it with a beautiful message of how she has grown and matured.
Through a lot
In the letter, Hamisa, who is a mother of two and has been through a lot, confessed that she has changed and she’s now more confident and focused.
She then went on to break down how her year has been including her famous visit to the US last month which saw her also host her first show there.
Here’s the letter:
Dear Hamisa Mobetto
Have you noticed lately how much you have changed? You are now more confident and focused.
I remember the days I used to cry for hours till the tears dried, the throat hurt and the nose blocked. But gone are those days!
It’s my birthday today, and I want to count my blessings. I have met a lot of people this past year and only gratitude is what I can show.
First I Want to thank @mama_mobetto for always standing by me. You have proved to be my best friend and my confidant. You believing in me made me start @mobettostyles. Thank you @beatricendungu my PR ?? for always believing that I can achieve anything in business. My dear fans, I don’t even know where to start. You have made me stronger; you have shown me that Strangers can be family.
And to you @the_ironlady1976 I love you so much my director and my second mum. & My dada @mangekimambi_ Nakupenda ??
This year my baby turned one, what a joy it is to be called mum by my 2 amazing kids. You are gems. Thank you for all the products that believed in me.
An Nisa Tanzania Clothing line
Free Style Pads
Dimoda fashion Burundi
Zimbabwe big spenders’ night
Judge at Miss IFM
Winning Female stylish personality of the year at Swahili Fashion Week
My first time hosting such an honourable event, Miss Tanzania.
Hamisa you pulled it off. Congratulations.
Last but not least Madam Hero. I am still in awe because of how people support my music. It has made me realize that many people go through a lot of things, but have no platform to talk. I am so happy I was a pillar to all these people through Mobetto Foundation.
How can I forget COMING TO AMERICA, what an experience. This is where I say God is good. My first time in America and I travelled to almost all the states. I still find it hard to believe at times. Not forgetting that I was given the opportunity to walk the runway. Thank you Joe Malaika for believing in me. And I got to meet (I’m screaming inside) @facet .
Thank you for not giving up Hamisa.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!
….. cheers ? to 2019?