Diamond’s mum, Sanura Kassim, has denied reports that she has fallen out with her son’s newest baby mama Tanasha Donna.
According to reports in Tanzania, the two fell out a few days to November 26, when Tanasha and Diamond celebrated 40 days of their son’s life at Kassim’s home in Madale-Tegeta in Dar es Salaam.
Prior to the 4oth party, Diamond’s mum reportedly went to the singer’s house in Mbezi Beach accompanied by tens of her friends but Tanasha declined to greet the visitors or allow them to see her son, Naseeb Junior.
TZ publication Global Publishers adds that Tanasha locked herself and her son in the bedroom, leaving Kassim with her friends in the living room.
It is said Kassim’s left later in the evening without seeing Naseeb Junior, which angered Diamond’s mother leading to a bitter fall-out with Tanasha.
Global Publishers further reports that during Naseeb’s party, Ms Kassim and Tanasha never interacted
“On November 26, during Naseeb Junior’s party, Kassim and Tanasha never interacted nor exchanged pleasantries. There is no point that Tanasha handed the baby over to her mother-in-law as tradition would require. Most of the time, it was Diamond who interacted with the two at intervals,” an informant is quoted by the news outlet.
The bad blood between the two spilled over to the following days, and “By the time Tanasha was leaving for Kenya, she was not on talking terms with her boyfriend’s mother,” the source said.
“She packed her things, her baby’s clothes and left without saying a word to Diamond’s mum. I am not sure if she [Tanasha] will return anytime soon.”
When reached for comment by Global Publishers, Diamond’s mum said: “I do not know where you got the allegations that Tanasha and I fell out; treat such claims as rumors.”
Asked why she did not interact with Tanasha at the party, she said: “Did you want me to follow her all over the place? People should stop engaging in baseless speculations.”
On reports that Tanasha left without saying a word, ‘Mama Dangote’ retorted: “That is not true. I stayed with her until the advanced stages of her pregnancy. So, there is no way she would have left without informing me.”
On whether Donna will return to Tanzania soon, she said: “I do not know. If you really want an answer to that question, then go look for her in Kenya and pose the question to her.”