Tanzanian Bongo singer, Diamond Platnumz has reunited with his children.
The elated Kanyaga singer posted a screenshot of his face time session with his daughter, Latiffa and sons, Nillan and Daylan with the caption,
“@deedaylan @princeNillan @Princess_tiffah and I, strategizing how we gonna take this @wcb_wasafi and all Wasafi companies to the Next Level this Year... I can see someone is really happy! and someone feels like crying coz of missing me.”
The reunion comes a few months after the singer echoed his plea to see his children in the song Inama featuring Fally Ipupa where he spoke on turning to Instagram when he wanted to see them.
“Penzi limeleta kwa wanangu vita. Siku hizi siwaoni naishia kuwalike insta, sioukupenda kuachana naye, ni kupenda kupendana naye,” the verse says.
Not long after, Diamond resorted to unfollowing Princess Tiffah and Nillan on Instagram.
In a candid interview on Wasafi TV, the singer explained his strained relationship with his baby mama Zari Hassan that affected his relationship with his children.
“When I break up with someone for me I don’t dwell too much on it because I believe nothing lasts forever. So I accept and move on but it was not the same for my co-parent who portrayed herself differently on social media and behind closed doors,” he said
“I did my duties as a father, I sent child support, not consistently I have to admit, but I tried my best. At some point I understood my co-parent would use the kids to punish me since we were no longer together,” he continued.
According to Diamond, he did everything within his power to reach out to his children but their mother didn’t make it easy for him.
In a few months time, Diamond will be welcoming a baby boy with Kenyan girlfriend Tanasha Donna.