"Vem pratade du med?" "Min mamma." "Jag visste inte att din mor har en manlig röst."

English Translation

“Who were you talking to?” “My mom.” “I didn’t know that your mom had a man’s voice.”

Should this be Hade, rather than Har?

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Yes, “hade” is the most correct tense. Using the present tense makes it absolutely clear that we’re talking about her present voice, but that is already given by context.