Man Who Previously Claimed Paternity of Tanasha's Child Makes New Claims
By Danteeh_News | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 91 views
A Tanzanian man known as Mwijaku, who had few months ago claimed to be the real father of Tanasha's child, has today made another allegations that made Tanasha Angry.
On the video clip doing rounds on social media platforms, Mwijaku is heard saying that he is in good terms with Tanasha and they often communicate through instagram live sessions and also through WhatsApp.
However his allegations turned out not to be true since according to the screenshot that was shared by Tanasha Dona, Mwijaku was only using Tanasha's name for his own benefit.
Here is the leaked conversation between Mwijaku and Tanasha Dona.
Below is what she said;
"Excuse me...Do I even have your number for you to go claiming we spoke on WhatsApp? Respect yourself hata kama ni kiki jiheshimu kidogo. Respect yourself you are a grown man and don't make me sue you again & this time for " defarmation of character ", Don't lie on my name"
Tanasha had forgiven Mwijaku the fist time he made claims that He is the real father of her son, Naseeb Junior.
What does this man want from Tanasha if not fame?
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