PHOTO: Diamond Platnumz & Tanasha Donna’s Newborn Son

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Diamond Platnumz and Tanasha’s newborn son has officially made his debut on social media.

Speculation among fans of the couple has been rife after Tanasha Donna last week announced she was taking a break from social media. Many believed the Kenyan radio personality gave birth sometime last week while others spread disturbing rumors that she had lost the baby.

Over the weekend, Diamond sparked more confusion when he revealed Tanasha was yet to deliver during an interview with Bongo5.

“When my wife gives birth, I will take her to one of the local tourist sites just to have some good time together as we enjoy the gift of nature. And when my son turns 40 [days] old we will hold a celebration for him in one of the tourist destinations in the country. By so doing I will be promoting the tourism industry in the country,” said Diamond.

On Wednesday, however, Diamond was all smiles as he took to Instagram to post the first picture with his son. The photo shows the singer in a sweet moment with his son as he celebrated turning 30 years old.

Diamond also revealed that the newborn was born on Wednesday, October 2(Diamond’s birth date) as he captioned the photo; “Happy Birthday to us ❤🌹❤”

Tanasha reposted the adorable daddy-son moment on her page and wished them both a happy birthday.

“Happy birthday to the loves of my life. ❤️ God is good,” she wrote.

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