Evidence suggests rich kids of Diamond Platnumz might not be his

Evidence suggests rich kids of Diamond Platnumz might not be his

- Singer Diamond Platnumz and Zari Hassan have two children together and judging by their photos, they live nothing short of royalty

- There have been suggestions that the kids are actually not his

- Diamond and Zari Hassan of course have shot down the allegations numerous times

- The two kids are said to be of the late Ivan Ssemwanga, Zari's ex husband

Tiffah and Nillan Dangote are two lucky babies born into wealth. They became brand ambassadors of big baby products when they were born and have lived in high class ever since courtesy of their parents. However, it has been a recurring topic that the two royal babies might not be kids of Bongo singer Diamond Platnumz.

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A photo has been going round showing the resemblance between the late Ivan Ssemwanga and Prince Nillan, Ivan is the ex-husband of Zari Hassan, a billionaire who was buried on May 30.

NAIJ.com earlier reported Diamond Platinumz rocking a N21 million jewelry.

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According to reports, Diamond’s mother, who is said to not like Zari at all, has been questioning the relationship of the two. It is said that his mother summoned Zari and forced her to confirm if Tiffah Dangote and Prince Nillan are indeed her biological grandchildren after Nillan was born.

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Meanwhile, the little kids are being raised by Diamond and Zari and are living a life most salary earners cannot afford.

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