Tumia pesa ikuzoee! Inside Prince Nillan’s lavish birthday party, Diamond remains silent

Zari Hassan has been throwing lavish parties in 2020 that have been making statements that seem like she is a guru when it comes to this.

The latest party being her Prince Nillan’s birthday which was a white and light blue theme décor.

Her son was looking handsome in a blue checked two piece well fit suit like the prince he is.

2020 might have been looking ugly and bleak but for the South African based entrepreneur Zari Hassan things are quite different.

It was in this year that she has surprised us the most by coming together with his baby daddy, Diamond Platnumz  and patching things up by co-parenting.

This very year she has thrown lavish parties for her kids and herself as well that got people talking.

On her son, Nillan’s 4th birthday party it was not any different, as usual she mixed style and class to make everything blend and pop perfectly.

The former socialite chose to go with a white and light blue theme for Nillan’s party also present was the most talked about celebrity Ginimbi’s widow Zodwa Mkandla who is Nillan’s godmother.

Zari in a video posted on her Instagram referred to her friend as the rich widow, clearly she is judging from the wealth she is set to inherit from her rich late husband.

Nillan was over the moon unwrapping a number of gift boxes and having the time of his life as his friends sang birthday songs to the birthday boy with a light blue delicious looking birthday cake sitting in front of them ready for that munching.

Something felt out of place though, fans expected the young lad’s father Diamond Platinumz to also join in by wishing his son a happy birthday on social media since he is now on good terms with Nillan’s mother but the scene was the opposite.

Diamond has since remained silent and has been busy promoting his latest hit song featuring Koffi Olomide ‘Waah’.

All might be well though as Zari had earlier shared a video in the party with her best friend Ginimbi’s widow with the song Waah playing in the background.

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