Through his Instagram account, the Abebo hitmaker said he had scheduled a collaboration with Minaj for the next year, 2023.
"2023 Bahati ft NICKI Minaj confirmed. Bahati wrote."
This will be the second time the artist announces a collaboration with an international artist. A while back, Bahati announced that he would work with Justin Bieber this year by releasing a hit song. However, the collabo is yet to materialize.
The news of the highly anticipated collabo comes at a time when the controversial singer is being accused once again of sampling his latest jam Abebo from another international artist identified as Mhd.
Abebo, released about three days ago, contains the same rhythm and style as Mhd’s song Bebe, released three years ago.
Bahati, who has been labelled severally as the king of showbiz in Kenya, celebrates other collaborations with Major artists, including Ugandan star Eddy Kenzo, Tanzania’s Rayvanny, and many others.
Could it be that the singer is trying to pull another stunt by announcing a collaboration with Minaj? his fans are already speculating that the singer might be planning to release a song with Vera Sidika, who is voluptuous like Nicki in size.
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