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Diamond, Zari welcome second born but can’t agree on name

Tanzanian music star Diamond Platinumz and his socialite wife Zari Hassan on Tuesday welcomed their baby boy but are still undecided on a name.

This is despite earlier announcement that their son would be called Prince Riaz and reserving an Instagram account for him.

Zari was first to post a photo of the new born’s hand placed over her mouth. She captione it, “thanking everyone for your prayers, we are all doing fabulously ok?”

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???? thanking everyone for your prayers, we are all doing fabulously ok?

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Diamond minutes later shared a photo of the new born’s feet, with details that the baby was born at 4am East African time.

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06th Dec 2016 03: 35am SA time…… 04: 35am EAST Time…. 02: 35am WEST Time…. 01: 35 am NORTH Time, A NEW STAR WAS BORN in NETCARE HOSPITAL / PRETORIA / SOUTH AFRICA…. unfortunately his parents Dad & Mom haven't agreed on the name…. that's why it even took time, to his advent to be on his parent's Social media Pages….. Let's wait and See, what @zarithebosslady & @Diamondplatnumz will ended up call him… (Tareh 6/ 12/ 2016 saa kumi na dakika 35 Staa Mpya wa akiume alizaliwa katika hospitali ya NETCARE iliyopo mjini Pretoria / South Africa… kutokana na wazazi wake kutofikiana Muafaka wa mtoto aitwe jina gani, ilipelekea mtoto huyo kuchelewa kupostiwa kwenye Mitandao ya kijamii ya Wazazi wake…. tusubiri tuone @zarithebosslady na @DiamondPlatnumz wataishia kumpa jina gani Mtoto wao…✍ )

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This is the second child for the couple, but the fifth for Zari Hassan who has three other boys from her previous marriage.

On Monday, Diamond had shared photos of himself and his mother Sandra enroute to South African for the birth of his son

Unlike the couples first child Princess Latiffa, who was delivered at a Tanzanian hospital, their son was delivered at Netcare hospital in Pretoria, South Africa.