Wema Sepetu trolled for commenting on Zari Hassan and princess Tiffah's photo
By Lilianaoko03 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 4390 views
Wema Sepetu is a Tanzanian actress, vixen and model. She worn miss Tanzania 2006 and represent Tanzania in miss universe which was held in Poland.
She dated Diamond Platinumz who then cheated on her with Zari Hassan. Which makes it very normal for her to feel some dislike for Zari. I mean she caused her relationship to end when she loved him alot. Anyway it was a longtime ago and by now she should have let it go.
Seems she is still hurting or rather she was disturbed by the Tanzanian blogger Juma Lokole who has been posting both Tanasha Donna and Zari Hassan. Mark you the blogger works for Diamond so he has been confusing fans.
When he posted Zari and her daughter today, Wema couldn't stop her self from commenting SMH which means shaking my head. This comment saw the beauty queen get trolled by netizens. Below is the photo and reactions.
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