Zari Hassan and Fantana bury the hatchet after vicious fight over Diamond
Zari Hassan and Ghanaian singer Fantana have seemingly put their past differences behind them, marking the end of a heated feud that erupted earlier this year following the release of their reality show, “Young, Famous And African.”
The dispute initially unfolded when Fantana claimed that Zari was fixated on Diamond, sparking a war of words between the two.
However, recent developments suggest a truce, as Fantana is set to make a guest appearance at Zari Hassan’s upcoming all-white party in Kampala, Uganda.
Zari enthusiastically shared the news with her followers, stating, “East Africa, are you ready? Things are about to get hectic. Guess who is coming to the #zariallwhiteparty on the 16th Dec 2023… yeasss it’s none other than @iamfantana. It’s a shutdown!!!”
Fans expressed mixed reactions to the unexpected collaboration:
Bravotz praised the unexpected invite, commenting, “I couldn’t imagine Fantana to be invited, but you’re awesome ❤️.”
Shidayanadia8 speculated that Fantana’s attendance might be to witness Zari’s billionaire status, acknowledging Zari’s maturity despite past disagreements.
Charlene said the beef was just for social media.
“Do not take life too serious here,folks….They both know how to chase the bag yet y’all are assuming they have a beef 😆…..Try pork, there’s no beef her.”
Despite their highly publicized disagreement during Season 2 of the “Young, Famous, and African” series, Fantana made a noticeable appearance at Zari’s recent wedding.
The singer, recognizable for her distinctive pink wig, prompted curious observers to inquire about her attendance given her previously strained relationship with Zari.
Zari shed light on her feud with Fantana, revealing that Diamond Platnumz encouraged the singer to insult her.
The conflict was recorded by Netflix’s production team for the upcoming Season 3 of the “Young, Famous, and African” series, providing viewers with an inside look at the reconciliation and the dynamics of their evolving relationship.