Diamond snubs Hamisa Mobetto’s son again

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 7 Apr, 2023 17:47 | 3 mins read
Hamisa Mobetto claims Diamond has neglected his son
Hamisa Mobetto and her baby daddy Diamond Platnumz at a past function. PHOTO/Courtesy.

Diamond Platnumz has once again snubbed Hamisa Mobetto's son Dylan Abdul Naseeb even as he spent quality time with his other three children.

On Wednesday, April 5, 2023, the Wasafi boss celebrated his three other children, Princess Tiffah, Nillan and Naseeb Junior and left out Dylan.

Diamond sired Tiffah and Nillan with Zari Hassan while he sired Naseeb Junior with Tanasha Donna Oketch.

On Instagram, Diamond posted pictures of his video chat with Naseeb Junior. He also shared another photo of his conversation with Tiffah and Nillan.

The Bongo singer accompanied the photos with heart emojis, signifying his great love for his kids. He also used his song ‘My Baby’ to express his love for his children.

Dylan's birthday

Diamond threw his daughter Tiffah a huge birthday party in August 2022 and even made it clear that he had chosen the 7-year-old to be the heir to his multibillion shillings empire.

The irony is that while Diamond publicly celebrated Tiffah and Naseeb Junior's birthdays, he snubbed Dylan on his birthday.

There were reports that Diamond was a deadbeat dad to Dylan after he snubbed him when he was celebrating his 5th birthday on August 8, 2022.

Speaking to Tanzanian journalists in August, Dylan's mother Hamisa Mobetto said she had no idea why Diamond snubbed their son on his birthday.

"Kusema ukweli sifahamu kwa nini nadhani hilo swali ni vizuri sana akiulizwa yeye mwenyewe binafsi mi ntakua sina majibu na mi si mtu ambaye anauliza nadhani ni maamuzi tu mtu unaamka tu asubui unaamua.

(To say the truth I have no idea why Diamond skipped Dylan's birthday. I think he is in a better position to respond to that matter because I am a person who doesn't ask. I think it was his decision, somebody just wakes up and decides)," Hamisa said.

Asked if Diamond was fulfilling his fatherly duties to Dylan, Hamisa said; "I really don't want to get into details."

However, in September, Hamisa suggested that her baby daddy Diamond Platnumz was not fulfilling his fatherly duties to their son Dylan.

The mother of two opened up during a discussion with Wasafi FM presenter Baba Levo.

Baba Levo in a post on Instagram told Hamisa that he had evidence his boss Diamond Platnumz was ‘pouring money’ for child upkeep.

@hamisamobetto kwako ushahidi tunao tajiri anamwaga mahelaaaa (I have evidence the boss is giving you a lot of money)," Baba Levo wrote.

Hamisa quickly dismissed Baba Levo’s suggestion. She asked the Wasafi FM presenter if he knows where the money is being poured so that he could escort her to pick up the cash.

@officialbabalevo tajiri gani kwanza tuanzie hapo? Na anazimwaga wapi huwenda naweza kukusindikiza tukaziokote,” Hamisa wrote.

Baba Levo further sought Hamisa’s confirmation as to whether Diamond is not helping her financially.

@hamisamobetto basi mama. Uwenda kweli hatoagi chochote? (Is it possible he doesn't give you anything?)" he posed.

Hamisa didn’t reply.

Dylan's paternity

In December 2022, Hamisa went out of control with anger following several reports claiming that Diamond was not her son's biological father.

Social media pages in Tanzania are awash with claims that Mobetto's son was fathered by Nandy's husband Billnass.

Photo comparisons of Billnass and Mobetto's five-year-old son Dylan were trending on social media in Tanzania.

Mobetto confronted some of the netizens discussing her son's paternity on Instagram gossip pages.

The mother of two ultimately took to her Instagram account to rant while dismissing those claiming her son was sired by Billnass.

"Yani sipendi mtu aongelee mtoto wangu. Sipendi! Sipendi na Sipendi tena jamani. Na wala sijawahi elewa watu wazima wanakaaje chini wanaanza kumuongelea mtoto wa miaka mitano kama walikuwepo wakati anapatikana. (I don't like anyone to talk about my child. I don't like it! I don't like it and I don't like it any more. I have never understood how adults sit down and start talking about a five-year-old child as if they were there when he was sired)," Hamisa ranted.

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