Gospel artist Bahati has recently caused Social Media outrage after his most recent Social Media post.
While most artists such as Bahati's counterpart Wiily Paul have found it easier to switch from gospel to Secular music, the same cannot be said about Bahati.
In deed, the artist has seemed to be struggling with his choice to switch from gospel to secular, with almost all his friends in the music industry being gospel artists.
In fact, Bahati's close friend DK Kwenye Beat, has lambasted the artist on multiple occasions, asking him to revert back to gospel music.
Bahati's recent album also featured both gospel and secular music, with Bahati's continuous reluctance to choose between gospel and secular music.
In his most recent Social Media post, Bahati recorded himself as he smoked an unknown substance. Before the release of his album he was also recorded smoking a cigar.
However, his recent drug consumption could turn out to have been weed, as he smoked it directly from a can. The smoke levels were also irregularly high.
"Just one puff, to celebrate being the top gospel and secular artist in Kenya at the same time." Bahati said. Here are some reactions from his fans.
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