Yesterday night, Kenyan gospel artist Kevin Kioko famously known as Bahati and his wife Diana Marua were attacked by the public, after a photo of Diana Marua being prayed for in Indecent clothes emerged. The two have been trending for a while on social media.The couple was put on spot after Diana Marua joined the music industry as a rapper. She later released her first song two days ago, which has already garnered over 400,000 thousand views on YouTube. However, majority of the public were not happy by Diana's decision as they felt like she was a christian and was not allowed to dress and act how she was doing.Taking to his Facebook page, Bahati praised his wife of how she has been favoured already, as she had taken over the rapping industry days after joining it. "And we said a prayer. And God blessed brand Diana B. Just look at how you have taken over, totally favoured". Read Bahati's post.
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