Kelvin Kioko Bahati, popularly known as Bahati is an award winning Kenyan Gospel artist as well as a reality TV star. He rose to fame after singing his song Mama where he was singing to his late mother that always seemed to be there for him.
He got orphaned pretty earlier and had to grow from grass to riches, living on the streets for some time. Bahati is married to Diana Maria and together they are blessed with 2 beautiful biological kids. Bahati has a reality TV shows knows as Being Bahati that airs on NTV.
Yvonne Obura is Bahati's ex girlfriend. She also happens to be the mother of Mueni Bahati, Bahati's firstborn biological child. Yvonne came to the limelight around 2018 when he was exposing Bahati for abandoning them and not taking responsibilities as a parent should.
Bahati and Diana Maria are married. They first met when Diana appeared as a video vixen for Bahatis hit song Mapenzi. Diana played the lead character alongside the gospel artist. Diana is 6 years older than Bahati and this has been a topic of discussion since they became an item.
Bahati loves media attention and Diana too. Today fans photoshopped singer Bahati's picture with willy Paul. He captioned this while laughing. Let's take a look
"Mwenye Amefanya Hivi Ni sawa tuuu. My sister williams is not happy."
Fans didn't take time to react as this funny photo. I mean even you can laugh after seeing what this picture looks like. Kenyans will never seize to amaze me by their photoshop creativities.
Fans commented while laughing
Share your comments on what you think about this photoshop.
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