Bahati and Diana Marua who started as prayer partners are happily married with two adorable children Last weekend, Diana released her first song and her performance wowed her fans, however, a section of netizens did not support the idea of her joining the music industry The mother of two wore a two-piece costume and sheer stockings to stage, but after her performance, Bahati felt uneasy seeing her still rocking the outfit He requested her stylist to help her change into something decent.
Former gospel artiste Bahati and his wife Diana Marua are madly in love and they are never afraid of showing the world that.
The lovebirds who started as prayer partners are happily married with two adorable children. Bahati and Diana released a song Mtaachana Tuu in 2020, promising to be together till death separate them, despite critics prophecising their break up.
The 32-year-old mother over the weekend, launched her music career with a love song Hatutaachana, assuring the world that she will stick with Bahati through thick and thin. The event was attended by several local Showbiz celebrities among them power couples, the Mathenges and the Kabis. Bahati’s wife, who was dressed in a shiny two-piece costume and sheer stockings.
After Diana’s performance, her husband, who is two years younger than her, called Wahu Kagwi on stage. They were joined by Diana who was still wearing her costume. “Tell Diana something…Ruth ulikuwa umebeba nguo zengine za Diana za kuchange? Please leta outfit nyingine,” he said. The 2008 MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA) winner went ahead to say a word of encouragement to Diana. The Mapenzi hitmaker revealed that the first time he went to Diana’s house he was with his frenemy, gospel artiste Mr Seed.
Bahati and Yvette Obura’s daughter Mueni turned six years old on November 29. Diana Marua, Mueni’s stepmom, also wished her a happy birthday, describing the young girl as a blessing. “Happy sixth birthday to this baby girl of ours . I love you to the moon and back. You are a blessing in our lives and I can’t wait to blow more candles with you,” she said.