Kenya’s Tanasha Donna has broken her silence following her break-up with Tanzanian singer Diamond Platnumz last week.
The two parted ways slightly over a year after they announced they were dating after Diamond allegedly cheated on Tanasha.
Through Instagram on Saturday, Tanasha told her fans that there is no need to repay bad with evil, saying that karma always has a way to revenge. She added that people sleep peacefully when they know that they were loyal, real and genuine.
“When people wrong you never wrong them back. You can only fight evil with good. You will sleep better at night knowing all along you were real, genuine, loyal and not fake, as you sit back and relax for their karma to hit them,” Tanasha wrote.
She further noted that her split with Diamond will not affect her recently-launched music career and even talked about going international.
“The blessings that I have been receiving these past two weeks, the international acts I am about to work with, its overwhelming. I knew God wasn’t sleeping on me. He always wins. Just wait won’t be too long,” she added.
Diamond and Tanasha welcomed their first son and the bongo flava singer’s fourth child in October 2019. There are reports that Diamond’s mum, Mama Dangote tried to stop Tanasha from returning to Kenya with her grandson but she resisted.
Last week, Tanasha deleted all Diamond’s photos from her Instagram page and described him as a narcissist.
“A narcissist is disrespectful, insensitive, controlling and disregards your feelings. Narcissists like to provoke negative emotions in others,” she wrote.
She added: “It is like dancing with the devil. Forgive them, walk away and let God deal with their karma. I will never sell my soul, and I can back that.”
A week earlier, Tanasha released a new song dubbed Gere (Jealous) featuring Diamond. The song has so far received five million views on YouTube.