Diana Marua ,wife to Musician Kelvin Bahati has been trending online since she announced her entrance to music industry and released her first rap song "hatuachani".
The mother of two has since been making headlines, yesterday,in her YouTube account she posted a video where she was heard saying that YouTube are putting the wrong people on the number one trending, according to her she should be the one trending no one on YouTube channel.
Today she has gone ahead and said through her Instagram account that she will be charging a whooping 850,000 Kenya shillings to perform in a show,she went ahead and said she wonders why people are suprised with her small fee and asked how much are Kenyan artists paid in shows.
Netizens didn't take her message well as they started bashing her in her own Instagram channel,others told her she should improve her rapping skills ,others said unless she attends her show and pay herself, others even asked her which songs she will be performing as they think her one song is not close to such amount.
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