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Zari reacts after Diamond Platnumz buys Rolls Royce Cullinan 2021 worth over Ksh70 million

By Bosco Marita On Thu, 15 Jul, 2021 08:31 | < 1 min read
Zari reacts after Diamond buys his dream car. PHOTO : Courtesy.

South Africa based Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has congratulated the father of her two kids Naseeb Abdul, alias Diamond Platnumz, for acquiring his dream car Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge 2021.

Reacting to Diamond’s message on his Instagram page where he announced the acquisition of the British luxury car, the socialite-cum-businesswoman was happy that the singer chose the colour they agreed on.

“Glad you chose the colours we agreed on. Congratulations,” Zari wrote.

Zari and Diamond sired two children, Tiffah Dangote and Dylan, together while dating three years ago.

The blue Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge 2021, manufactured by Rolls-Royce Limited based in Manchester, United Kingdom, was on Wednesday delivered at the doorstep of his Ksh70 million rented mansion located in the leafy suburbs of Mbezi Beach, Dar es Salaam.

“I received my Rolls Royce Cullinan 2021 zero kilometres today….What a Blessed day,” an elated Diamond Platnumz wrote on his Instagram page.

Its factory value is estimated at Ksh 59,698,401 (553,019 dollars).

With the inclusion of statutory taxes and other relevant fees, it will cost someone whooping more than Ksh70 million to own it.

Diamond’s acquisition of the new car comes barely a month after he bought the Cadillac Escalade whose value is no less than Ksh30 million with the inclusion of statutory charges.

Rolls Royce Cullinan Black Badge 2021 boast many features that, no doubt, catapult the Waah hit-maker to a level of his own.

The ultra-luxurious Cullinan has a twin-turbocharged 6.75-litre V12 engine that produces 563 horsepower.

Its shifting duties are handled by a nine-speed automatic transmission mated to an all-wheel-drive system.

The Cullinan further stands out with suicide rear doors and optional cargo-area seats that pop up when you open the liftgate.

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