By Andrew Irumba
Popular socialite Zarina Tlale Hassan aka Zari has finally mustered enough bravery to parade her new Toy boy lover only identified as King Bae.
Zari, who is late Don Ivan Ssemwanga’s widow and Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz’s ex-lover, got wed with King Bae in July 2019 at a low key private ceremony that was held in South Africa.
The news of Zari’s wedding was shared on social media by her bff Zodwa Mkandla.
“Well done my friend am proud of you @zarithebosslady#Mrs KingBae. Welcome to our family mr M” wrote Zodwa.
Zari’s sister Zuleha also took to social media to congratulate her big sister with a post that only insinuated she is yet to meet King Bae.
Congratulations doll @zarithebosslady ,we can’t wait to meet him in person. Xoxoxo
In an interview with Tanzanian Millard Ayo, Zari described the feeling of tying the knot as scary but beautiful. She went on to praise her man as a caring, loving partner who has accepted her five children as his and that he is close with her boys.
The man is reported to have bought the mother of five a house in Pretoria which they will be moving into in September after the transfer of documentation is concluded.
Zari had previously mentioned that she is going to get married to her mysterious South African boyfriend on Mandela Day, July 18.
She has been posting a couple of videos of her ring on Instagram.
Kenyan singer Akothee had earlier shared a video clip of a finger with a diamond ring. It was believed to be Zari’s ring.
“My chwity, please teach me how to be humble and quiet. This my noise is not helping me, I scare potential husbands. I’m proud of you you my Lady congratulations @zarithebosslady wait my visa is out soon,” posted Akothee.
Zari hooked up with King Bar last year, following her breakup with Diamond Platnumz, the father of her two children, although she has three others with late Ssemwanga.
But before King Bae and Platnumz, Zari had been linked to several other men, among them former basketball player Isaac Lugudde, Farouk Sempala, to mention but a few.