Kenyan singer Bahati is among the top artists in the country who everyone knows. His wife Diana Marua is another public figure and recently she joined the music industry. She has so far released two hit songs that have been trending. Yesterday Bahati announced that his wife was set to release her first song of 2022 on Wednesday.
However, this may not happen after Diana's YouTube channel was hacked and all that she had in it stolen. Her name was changed and she could not access it. The news was announced by Bahati himself on his Instagram page where he consoled his wife telling her everything will be fine.
The YouTube channel has over 600,000 subscribers. Bahati said that he has already talked with the YouTube team and they are looking into the matter. The song that was set to be released on Wednesday has been postponed and a later date will be given when it will be released.
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