By Spy Uganda
Celebrated South Africa based socialite Zari Hassan the boss lady is in real intimacy with her new boyfriend, only known as Dark Stallion. It’s finally clear that the boss lady moved out from the nasty break up with Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz.
As seen in several photos shared on her social media platforms, Zari not only flaunted her lover’s hand but also got to talk about how big and dark his hands are. For those who missed out on the posts, let’s just say that Zari was basically reminding her fans that she can bag whichever man she wants.
The new man she calls Dark Stallion is seen posing with Zari in her Valentine’s Day, 14th February post. In the past few days, Zari has been flaunting her new bae on social media, but with the man’s face hidden. However, her fans took to the comments section to congratulate her and wish the new celebrity couple the very best.
Zari has in the past dated a number of celebrities. They include Bongo Flava king Diamond Platnumz and the late Ugandan businessman Ivan Ssemwanga, with whom she had five children.
Ever since Zari broke up with Diamond, she hasn’t been able to sustain a relationship for a long time which has left much thinking that she might still hold feelings for the talented Tanzanian singer.
Zari gave Diamond two kids in a span of two years- Tiffah in 2015 and in 2016, she gave birth to Nillan. In 2017, her ex-husband Don Ivan Semwanga passed on following a fall that left his head injured.
Zari later broke up with Cedric who she referred to as a gold digger and someone who wanted to gain fame from her name.
Well, she now has someone else whom she refers to as a ‘Dark Stallion,” and when such a message from a woman is accompanied by the shy emoji, we all know that stallions are known for their strengths where it matters so don’t question about bed concerns, all are sorted for the boss lady!
She also has a message for ‘haters’ who are convinced it will end in tears
“The most miserable people will want to see you in their WhatsApp groups…Happiness lives here, if it ends in tears, let it, what will you as a person lose?’