Diana Marua, Wife to former gospel singer, Kelvin Bahati has recently stirred mixed reactions online after releasing her first ever singles song dubbed, 'Hatutaachana'.
However, despite being positively embraced by his husband, the song received poor reception from Kenyans who gave the song a thumbs down, anticipating that the duo will part ways someday.
A number of critics went ahead and flooded the post with the common Kenyan phrase, "Mtaachana tu!'
Following the post's comments section, a number of Kenyans have also told off Diana to quit music and leave it to her husband, adding that she should only focus on content creation and brand promotion opportunities.
This comes hours after the EMB Boss kept his fans aware of a new song to be released by his wife, Diana Marua on Monday, 29 November.
"At 10 am sharp, the new female rapper in town is taking over the industry. Are you ready for, Diana Marua's first music video?," Bahati penned down.
In line with the song lyrics, the sassy lass went ahead and dipped her fingers on the likes of Chris Brown and Rihanna, Konde Boy and Kajala and also Lilian Nganga following their relationships tribulations.
Meanwhile, Watch the music Video here.
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