Ugandan businesswoman Zari Hassan is reported to have hired a lawyer tasked to ensure that Zari’s co-parenting agreement with musician Diamond Platnumz is adhered to.
A source close to the ex-couple says Ms Hassan “is serious with the well-being of their children, and understands the contribution that fathers make in kids’ lives”.
And Zari Hassan now wants an agreement she had entered into with Diamond Platnumz, including children visitation days, to be adhered to by the “Make Me Sing” hit-maker.
“Diamond has been visiting South Africa – where his children live with their mother – every month because it is a legal obligation he must meet. That obligation was set by Zari’s lawyer, who was hired to ensure that the ex-couple’s co-parenting agreement is fully observed,” a source told Tanzania’s ‘Global Publishers’.
“He [Diamond Platnumz] has been told never to fail to observe the visitation dates, regardless how many shows he is lined up to headline. Their agreement further states that Diamond should not spend the nights, during his visitation days, in the same room with Zari Hassan. As a result of those stipulations, the musician sometimes spends nights in hotel rooms in South Africa,” said the informant.
When reached for comment, Diamond Platnumz confirmed that there was such an agreement between him and Zari, though he refused to divulge more details about it, urging people “to mind their own business”.
Diamond Platnumz and Zari Hassan have two children Latiffah Dangote, 3, and Prince Nillan, 1.
The ex-lovers went separate ways in February 2018 after Zari Hassan accused Diamond Platnumz of being unfaithful and disrespectful. The two had dated for slightly over three years.