Why Tanasha plans to work on her relationship with ‘co-wives’ Zari and Hamisa Mobetto

Diamond Platnumz ex, Tanasha Donna seeks to repair her relationship with the crooner’s other baby mamas: Zari Hassan and Hamisa Mobetto.

Not for her own good by any chance, but for the good of her son, Naseeb Junior whom she believes needs to grow up knowing he has siblings but from other mothers.

During her recent exclusive interview with True Love magazine’s boss, Carole Mandi, Tanasha explained how important it would be for the 4 children to bond.

In the case of the other siblings, I do eventually want him to grow up knowing his brothers and sister.

Diamond’s baby mamas:(from left) Zari Hassan, Hamisa Mobetto and Tanasha Donna

Having Naseeb Junior meet his other three siblings simply means the three women need to repair their relationship and get over the past.

However, the meet up might take time – until Tanasha is ready to come forward for some bonding.

So yeah, I see myself getting in touch with their mothers, eventually. When I’m ready and have them grow up together.

Reason why the model feels the children need to grow up knowing each other is just to take care of future events.

Because they may grow up hating us mothers for keeping them away from each other.

Diamond’s baby mamas:(from right) Zari Hassan, Hamisa Mobetto and Tanasha Donna

The mother of one clarified that all these plans are nothing but for the good of her son.

I’m here thinking about my son. No one else and what is strictly good for him.


In light to her ugly split with the Bongo Flava artist, Chibu, Tanasha confessed her authentic love for the singer despite disbelief among masses.

I was genuinely in love. I was genuinely willing to give my all and go the extra mile. Even in business relationships. Everything I had in mind I was thinking of my family.

Tanasha and Diamond
Ex-lovers, Tanasha and Diamond

However, she declined to share more in regard to the same.

That is something I would like to keep private for now because that is something in the works.

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Gloria Katunge