Tanasha Donna has cleared the air on whether she owns the car that her now ex, Diamond Platnumz, bought her on as gift for her birthday.
Asked why Tanasha did not take the car with her back to Nairobi, when she walked out on the star, Juma gleefully said,
"Why should Tanasha leave with the car?"
"The car belongs to Mama Dangote. In fact both the cars,” he added.
Now, in an interview with True Love's CEO and managing editor, Carole Mandi on Wednesday night, Tanasha set the record straight.
"People really focus on the wrong things. The car is in Tanzania. I had no interest in taking it," Tanasha said.
"I have my own car here. My BMW is in the garage. It is actually messed up. I haven't used it due to this Corona period began."
The La Vie hitmaker explained her rational for leaving the flashy machine in Tandale.
"I'm not going to leave a relationship and be like, 'Ooh I'm taking the car.' No! I can get myself a car. I can get myself what I need."
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