Ugandan business woman, Zari Hassan was last month fat shamed by critics who viewed her body as 'too big'. The mother of five, was accused of altering her images to look smaller than what she actually looked like, when images of her spread across social media while she was visiting Tanzania. Her visit caused a lot of stir after people assumed she had gotten back with her ex and father of her two last borns Bongo Flava artist, Diamond Platnumz. The visit was for her kids, Tiffah and Nillan Dangote to see their father after two long year's without being present in their lives. After her week long visit, Zari who is based in South Africa, indulged in a colon cleansing diet to rid herself of toxins and loss weight in the process. She revealed this on her Instagram page. After a few days, people were congratulating her on her evident weight loss after she shared a photo looking a few pounds lighter.
But what people have been obsessing about is her flat tummy. For year's now, that has been a topic of discussion with people questioning if she had undergone a liposuction surgery to achieve it. Even with the weight gain, Zaris tummy was still one to envy. Alot of her fans have pointed out how her abdomen is always flat even after siring 5 kids.
A few reactions:
@wakolomejade Zari sweetheart share ur secret 4 ur flat tummy please
@binti.vee why is your stomach so flat and you have gained weight?
@ken_fally my love you look so gorgeous even after five kids😍
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