Tanzanian musician Diamond Platinumz has left many feeling proud of him after his recent visit to South Africa.
His parenting skills have been improving with time. Years ago his baby mama Zari accused him of being a dead beat father. These accusations seems to have rang him a bell.
He has three baby mamas which are known to the public, he has been spending time with his children alone after another.
Months ago he bonded with his Kenyan son Naseeb Junior and his Tanzanian son Dylan. The visit went viral with many congratulating him fr the good job he is doing in taking his responsibilities serious.
He posted videos of him,his baby mama Zari and others having dinner. The videos went viral but one photo has impressed his followers.
It's a photo of him hugging his first born daughter Tiffah Dangote. Many of his followers kept admiring the photo in different gossip pages.
What attracted the fans are the smile and how genuinely happy they looked. It showed how close he is to his daughter and how much he loves her.
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