Diamond And Tanasha Having Trouble?

Songstress advices son against his father

By  | Apr 30, 2021, 08:11 AM  | Tanasha Donna  | Drama

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Tanasha Donna on Thursday took to her social media page to advise her son not to follow Diamond Platnumz's footsteps.

Her advice is likely to mean she is not on good terms with her baby daddy, Diamond. This is due to the fact every parent would wish her children to follow in the footsteps of one of their parents more so if the parent is as successful as Diamond.

Tanasha Donna. Photo: Instagram

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On the contrary, Tanasha who has been posting emotions-related messages on her social media pages of late, asked her son, Naseeb Junior, to make his own path and nobody else's.

"Mommy loves you to bits @naseeb.junior. May Allah bless your way & may you grow to be wise son... & May you always make & follow your own path. My superstar. Born to shine," Tanasha told her son.

In another post, the Kenyan songbird noted that everyone has a different way of perceiving happiness hence nobody should follow their own path.

"Everyone has a different idea of happiness. Follow your own path, not someone else's," Tanasha said.

Tanasha's messages of being independent come a year and some months after she broke up with Diamond.

In an interview with True Love Magazine, Tanasha revealed that she left Diamond after six months of trying to make their relationship work because she felt was not being allowed to make her own choices.
Diamond Platnumz. Photo: Instagram

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She told the magazine that while she was in the relationship with Diamond, she felt like the singer and his mother were controlling her yet she wanted to be her own woman.

Tanasha who seems not yet moved on from the said treatment she allegedly got while she was still with Diamond, also noted that people should always be mindful of how they treat "good people".

"Everyone is not replaceable, watch how you treat good people," Tanasha said.
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