Nalongo Don Zella has swallowed her pride and apologized to Zari Hassan aka Zari the Boss lady for trolling and attacking her when she lost the father of her kids Ivan Semwanga in 2017.
The apology comes a month after the death of Zella’s husband and father of her kids James who lost the battle to Covid.
Don Zella took to her official social media accounts to ask Zari for forgiveness.
“I know the words I used were not right in the past during the time when your husband passed away and when you were grieving your last husband Semwanga. As a mother I should not have said what I said to hurt your feelings in those trying moments cause it was uncalled for and not needed because you had nothing to me.”
“I think I was just miserable and hurting myself, I take full blame and full responsibility for my actions. I am really so sorry to hurt you and your loved ones mainly the children sorry for the inconvenience I caused and the pain I caused as well.”
“I truly apologize and now I understand the shoes you were in, nothing was intended personal cause I knew nothing about you but social media influence was the cause, you are an amazing person in and out strong and beautiful mother and successful I respect your hustle you inspire me today and I decided to let you know because I have been going through a lot lately but to find right words to put this together everything you went through was hard and my actions were wrong.”
She further expressed how emotional she felt when Zari sent her a condolence message in the hard times,
“I am not that character am a very loyal person but let my emotions ruin the good in me. You sent me a message when the baby daddy died I cried in peaces you are amazing thanks for the good heart I admit that was wrong am here to say sorry for those it affected it will never happen again thanks for the love and support you gave to my family in the trying moments.”
“Will always be a phone call away if you need my support please accept my apology.”
The two have been great enemies but Zari stood with Don Zella during the hard times.