Diamond took a trip to South Africa a few weeks ago to spend some quality time with his family. The Bongo Flava star allegedly took a break from his daily hustles including working at his WCB Wasafi Records studios for his music production.
Ever since Diamond Platnumz landed in South Africa, he has been displaying qualities of a good father. His immense love for his family knows no bounds. From the photos shared on social media platforms, the children seems to be happy around him.
Diamond allegedly separated with his wife Zari Hassan a few years ago after which the latter flew to South Africa with her kids. However, rumours has it that the two loverbirds currently have plans to reunite to end the era of co-parenting their kids.
Today, Prince Nillan shared lovely photos of him together with his lovely sister Princess Tiffah and his dad on his Instagram page while at a mall in South Africa. Diamond allegedly took his kids for shopping at an undisclosed mall in South Africa. Diamond Platnumz happily held his children's hands as they made their way into the mall.
They were captured inside the mall while picking some few items from the shelves and putting them in a trolley. The kids seemed to enjoy the experience at the mall. Prince Nillan captioned the photos, "Mall addicts😅."
The post sparked reactions from fans who couldn't help but admire the beauty of the two kids. They wished Diamond Platnumz and his family God's love and protection.
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