Zari Hassan accuses Wema Sepetu of killing her innocent “babies”

Wema Sepetu and Zari Hassan unrelentingly tore each other down on Instagram PHOTO/COURTESY
Zari Hassan has taunted Wema Sepetu for “killing her innocent babies” PHOTO/FILE

Barely a week after Miss Tanzania 2006 Wema Sepetu lost her unborn twins, wealthy Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has taunted her nemesis for “killing her innocent babies”.

The Ugandan beauty, who hooked up with Bongo superstar Diamond Platnumz after he broke up with Wema, claims Wema faked her pregnancy in what she called “her own fake movie”.

In a recent SnapChat post Zari wrote: “Do you still want Tee’s DNA? Waiting for episode 1 season 2 #Telemundo. Don’t kill innocent “babies” in your own fake movie. Garlllll, you are something else. Smh! No love, ain’t throwing shade, I’m just giving facts. Lots of love and prayers from #GrandNanny (sic).”

Wema took to Instagram last Tuesday to announce the miscarriage.

“It is true,” Wema said, “And it has caused me a lot of anguish, but I am at a point in my life where I thank God for everything.”

Wema Sepetu’s lover Idris Sultan was the first person to break the sad news on social media. He posted a lengthy heartfelt message.

“So quickly you came into our lives, so quickly torn away. Never got the chance to meet you. There’s so much I want to say. All these thoughts running through my head, it’s enough to drive me insane. Though you lived only 13 short weeks, you were loved so very much. I wish that I could hold you, I long to feel your touch,” read the first part of his post.

“I pray that in another life, we get the chance to meet. God brings and takes as he plans and we cannot complain but only pray that all that was for a better reason and a better plan in store for us. We have learnt lessons painfully but won’t stop trying again and again and do swear by the time your brothers and sisters are made to come to this world we will be more than ready for them. Sincerely Your Dad,” he concluded.

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