Diana Marua is a popular social media influencer and a great content creator always posing on fancy lifestyles that she posts on social media. Marua also does music as she's one of the trending music artists producing quality music in the entertainment industry. Also she's among those top female celebrities that have showed excellent skills in balancing motherhood as a mother of four and living celebrity life. Marua is married to Kelvin Bahati a popular music artist too and a celebrity. The couple is always serving Kenyans with hot relationship goals that inspire young couples.
Today Marua has surprised the internet by welcoming Ringtone Apoko to her house. The guy is a gospel music artist though he has had some differences with his music colleagues. They've shared a live video hosted on Diana's YouTube channel, revealing the two having good times together. Marua has said that Apoko wants to marry one of her friends so she should hook him up with one. Apoko says he also wants to have a stubborn wife like Dee. Diana has also shared a clip of herself in the kitchen with Apoko cooking ugali in her kitchen. She says they've prepared liver stew and ugali, something that has made Diana praise Apoko's cooking skills revealing that the end result is super fine.
Fans have reacted to that story by sending hilarious comments about the celebrity relationship between Dee and Ringtone. Some have even questioned whether Bahati has seen the the clip.
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