Zari Hassan is in Tanzania visiting Diamond Platinumz with their two kids that the celebrity couple share together. They have been posting pictures with the last Zari her two kids and Diamond taking in one of the Diamond's posh and most expensive vehicles.
But yesterday was not well on Zari's side after she made a blunder, posting her pictures in her Instagram wall before editing. Curious onlookers took issues with the photos which show a much more different Zari than the one fans have come to get used to seeing in her heavily edited and photoshopped Instagram profile.
The new photos show an aging Zari – and as expected Tanzanians came at her with all the force they could muster calling her out for lying in the photos she usually posts online.
However her die hard fans came for her rescue saying that they did not mind being lied to and came to her defense, saying that she was still as beautiful in person as she was in her photos on social media.
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