Bahati and his beautiful wife Diana Marua is one celebrity that has attracted both love and hatred from the public which is absolutely normal when ones life is in the limelight. They have been together for the last five years and their love seem to blossom everyday.
Their union seems like a perfect match made and dropped down straight from heaven. They are the ultimate couple goals to many. They have a beautiful family of four sweet little angels.
They flood their social media pages with amazing photos with romantic messages for one another and this is an indication that these two are destined to be together.
This evening however Diana posted photos of her with husband Bahati, photos that elicited mixed reactions. A photo of both Bahati and Diana holding the 'central ' part raised an alarm.
This is because fans felt that the pose is only meant for men and not women. In the caption Diana referred to herself as the bad girl and husband Bahati as the bad boy.
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