Diamond’s sister, Esma Platnumz’s got married 3 months ago in a glitzy and glamorous wedding but it seems that the relationship is over and done with. This according to Esma who revealed this information last week and blamed her husband for being the cause of its demise.
But her husband Msizwa refuted her claim saying as the husband in the relationship only he could divorce her. But while the relationship status might hang in the air depending on who you ask, for me the marriage is all but done.
There is no going back despite what Msizwa is saying. But I digress. My reason for writing this article is Esma’s recent post attacking some of the women Diamond brings home.
“@diamondplatnumz you are going to add a few kilos by the time Zari is leaving. She is not like those women who feed you on fries. When I visit and find them there I will chase them away,” added Esma.
Her post seemed like the kettle calling the pot black, according to many of her critics who called her out, a sentiment I agree with.
How can she offer relationship advice but still not be able to maintain a successful marriage? Doesn’t she see the irony of the circumstances she is in?
At least Diamond’s women can give the excuse of not being married to the star where they asked why their respective relationships ended? The phrase, “Why buy the cow if you get the milk?” would adequately refer to Diamond and his women.
You see they have an excuse not to fully invest in the philanderer who changes women more than a socialite changes her nails. So if it fails, they can say they didn’t put all their effort in-Husband things for husbands, not boyfriends!
But Esma doesn’t have that excuse. Mziswa although a polygamist had committed to her, then what was her problem really? I think Esma isn’t made for marriage life-She loves her independence. She wants to be married but behave like a single woman while in it.
Funny thing is that her ex Petit Man had foreseen the difficulty of dating his baby mama. During her wedding, Petit Man insisted that Esma ignores very serious problems in her character, something that will continue to make any other marriage doomed.
The man said in a past interview;
“I have missed her alot. Esma is so proud and cursed. It’s tricky handling Esma because of her pride, her attitude and I’m sure there is no other man out there who can put up with her like I can. No one. Sidhani kuna mwanaume mwingine anaweza kuvumilia ujeuri wa Esma.”
At the end of the day, Esma will never have a long-time relationship unless she deals with the person in the mirror-the one who loves her independence more than she loves being tied down. But can she?