Tanasha Donna reclaims car gifted by Diamond, spotted in Tanzania
Tanasha Donna, the mother of Diamond Platnumz’s child, has been seen driving the Toyota Land Cruiser TX, a gift from the WCB boss during her pregnancy.
The white Land Cruiser holds sentimental value, having been presented by Diamond to Tanasha during her pregnancy, a gesture marking their shared birth date with Diamond’s mother, Mama Dangote.
On Friday, November 17, Tanasha was spotted behind the wheel of the Land Cruiser, marking a visible reclamation of the vehicle.
In an Instagram video on Wasafi TV, Tanasha was engaged in a friendly exchange with Diamond’s new signee, D Voice, extending congratulations on his recent achievements.
The brief interaction captured Tanasha acknowledging D Voice’s performance, expressing her enjoyment of his recent show.
The status of Tanasha’s residence in Tanzania remains uncertain, raising questions about her current domicile with her son.
Naseeb, Diamond and Tanasha’s son, has joined Braeburn International School in Tanzania, showcased in a video shared on Diamond’s Instagram.
The footage displays young Naseeb, mirroring his father’s likeness, in the school’s uniform against the backdrop of the institution’s logo.
The enrollment of Naseeb Junior, affectionately known as NJ, marks the commencement of his academic journey at Braeburn.
The institution’s curriculum places him in the FS1 level, tailored for three-year-olds engaging in exploratory and playful educational activities.
The annual fees for this level amount to USD 9,390, equivalent to KSh 1,424,932.
Tanasha’s decision to reclaim the Land Cruiser contrasts with her earlier stance.
She said that she had no interest in retaining the car after their breakup, citing her independence and ability to acquire what she needs, mentioning her ownership of a BMW.
“The car is in Tanzania; I had no interest in taking it. I have my car, my BMW. I am not going to leave a relationship and say I am going to take this car, or I am taking this. I can get myself a car, I can get myself what I need,” she told True Love Magazine.