Ugandan Socialite Zari Hassan recently addressed trolls who keep tainting her name. In a message that Zari shared online, she told her trolls that speaking ill of her makes her look good. The gorgeous entrepreneur accompanied the post with a video of herself standing in front of her vehicles, outside her palatial mansion in South Africa. ‘When you think you're adding salt to my name, remember you're only making it taste better’ She wrote. Zari did not directly address a particular person in her message. However, her post comes a few days after she got embroiled in an online spat with Tanzanian actress Wema Sepetu and Mange Kimambi. Mange attacked Zari on her Instagram for allegedly body-shaming Wema during a bitter exchange on their respective social media platforms. Could this be retaliation for what Mange said to Zari? Let me know what you think in the comment section below. Follow the East Africa Buzz for more updates on the latest entertainment and celebrity news in the region.
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