In a post Shared on her Instagram page, the vocal mother of 5 advised ladies not to dwell on fixing someone that cannot be fix instead to use common sense.
“He is just broken, I think I can fix him. Sis, he’s got 8 other women trying to fix him. Don’t be part of the construction crew”, read part of the post.
According to Zari, sometimes trying to fix a man while hoping and having faith that he will change for you is not the solution because there might be several women trying to fix him as well. However, she went ahead and advised her female followers to be wise enough and use common sense in order to deal with such situations.
(Zari’s Instagram post)
Zari and Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnamz ended their relationship back in 2018 when Zari walked out citing infidelity among a raft of accusations. The two are however in good terms and co-parenting.
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