Kevin Mbuvi Kioko well known as Bahati is a Kenyan young and rich artist. However, after Ringtone Apoko, he is the second best when it comes to clout chasing. He believes so much in showbiz because maybe, it pays him really well.
A day ego, he dropped a brand new song titled #Fikra za Bahati and to make it trend, he insulted several fellow artists among them Khaligraph Jones, Octopizzo, DK and Ringtone Apoko. This didn't settle well with them and some couldn't let it pass without hitting back.
Below are some artists who responded
He is well known as the OG because he believes he is the best hip-hop artist in Kenya. He responded to mtoto wa mama by asking him to stop smoking weed before he ruins everything for himself.
DK Kwenye Beat
He is a gospel artist but he hit the studio to compose a whole song just to insult him. He even posed with a cross written R. I. P Bahati.
Click on the link to listen to the song.
He just never let's anything go. Even though he claimed to not have any issues with Bahati even after what he did, he cautioned him to be very careful with his actions. He went ahead to say that he was just doing everything to make his 'father' the devil happy.
Click on the link to listen to his response
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