Zari Hassan’s new mansion in Pretoria, South Africa is nearing completion as the Ugandan businesswoman prepares to move out of Diamond’s house.
The mom of five had set September as the month she would finally move out of the Bongo star’s crib – also in Pretoria – but it appears the new villa is not yet ready for occupation.
Over the weekend, Zari provided an update on the progress of the mansion as she took son Prince Nillan and daughter Tiffah to check out their new home.
In a short clip, Zari showed off the crib’s expansive compound and wrote; “The villa starting to look good.”
Pictures also showed Nillan and Tiffah exploring their new yard excitedly.
Zari has been on the receiving end of backlash from fans of Diamond for continuing to live in the house she received as a birthday ‘present’ from the singer in 2016.
She, however, insisted that Diamond’s house – which the Bongo star claimed he bought for Sh46 million – is not really his even though it is not in his name.
“First of all let me clarify, the house belongs to our kids. People should stop referring to the house as Naseeb’s (Diamond). That house belongs to my kids especially now with how things have been with Naseeb. Even though it is in his name, I was smart enough to seek investments that our kids can look on to considering the fact that they are in a foreign land. They need something they can look at and count as theirs in the future. He can claim it, he has a right, if he wants to,” said Zari.
“I’ll move out probably in September because it takes six to eight weeks to register and transfer the title deed. It might come early or later,” Zari said in July.
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