South African-based Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan and Tanzanian socialite Hamisa Mobetto have not been seeing eye to eye for a long time. The two used to be friends a while back before Hamisa betrayed their friendship and siring a kid with Diamond despite knowing that he was engaged to the Ugandan socialite.
Due to the huge rift between them, netizens have always compared them in various ways and this seems to be worsening the situation between them.
Today, Zari took to her Instagram page to make a post that seemed to be directed to Hamisa. She was advising a lady to stop posting many photos in a bid to attract a man's attention. Instead, she advised her to go and write a business plan.
She wrote, 'sis, that post isn't going to get his attention, go write your business plan. Have a blessed week.' Below is a screenshot showing her post:The post came after Hamisa posted numerous photos of her in a beautiful white gown. She had taken the photos as she attended an event during the weekend. Below are some of the photos she has shared:Is there a possibility that Zari's post could have been directed at Hamisa Mobetto?
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