Multiple award winning music act, Diamond Platnumz, who welcomed a bouncing baby girl with his lover, Zari Hassan few weeks ago is currently entangled in a paternity mess involving his girlfriend and a named King Lawrence.
According to reports, 35-year-old Zari, who has three other children from her previous marriage was served a letter demanding that she undertakes a paternity test on her new born daughter whom she claims she birthed for Diamond Platinumz.
Zari is accused of sleeping with her ex-husbands’ cousin who is also suggesting that she is still sleeping with her ex-husband, Ivan Ssemwanga. King Lawrence is now demanding a full paternity test on the new born, Tiffah in three countries (Uganda, South Africa and USA) and has volunteered to meet all associated costs involved in the process.
The letter reads:
“We write in respect to the above captioned matter and on behalf of our client King Lawrence. It has come to our client’s attention that you have unilaterally decided to offer the paternity of the above captioned infant to a one Nasibu Abdul Juma alias Diamond Platnumz without considering his strong interests or in fact a real possibility that the child could be his. You hav also denied him the slightest access to the child.
We therefore write to officially request your cooperation in this matter so that our client’s fears that a child that could actually be his is not nurtured, groomed and raised by another man with a completely different culture. Our client needs to put this to rest, in any event. Our client therefore suggests that three paternity tests are run i.r. One in Uganda, one in South Africa and the last in the United States of America so that our client is either confirmed or completely excluded from being the infant’s biological father.
King undertakes to meet all associated costs involved in this process. We believe that this kind request shall be treated with the urgency it deserves but should you not cooperate within seven (7) working days from the date of the receipt of this letter, our instructions are that we take further steps to address our clients.”
See an image of the letter below.