Not once or twice, Diamond Platinumz has been called out for favouring some of his kids from another. His past events of how much time he prefers to spend with his kids, taking them out and stuff shows that Diamond Platinumz is always more into Zari's kids compared to Tanasha's and Hamissa.
Hamissa's kid is the least favourite in the Dangote's family.
Well, through some Instagram posts, Hamissa Mobetto and her mom have shown their dissatisfaction with Diamond Platinumz being less involved in his son's life, calling him out and cursing him for the same.
The post went all out questioning how dads neglect their kids and their needs and wait to come out to them when they are all grown which is all wrong and that such fathers should be cursed. Hamissa Mobetto and her mom left comments advocating for the same.
[Hamissa Mobetto and Son, Dylan|| Photo courtesy|| Source; Instagram]
See the reactions from fans about the same below,
[All photos courtesy || Source; Instagram]
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