Kenyan musician Kevin Bahati reveals millions spent to produce his reality show “The Bahati Empire”

Kenyan musician Kevin Bahati and his wife, Diana Marua, have launched their much-anticipated reality show, “The Bahati Empire,” on Netflix.

Premiering today, Friday, June 7th, this show marks a significant milestone as Bahati and Diana become the first Kenyan couple to feature a reality series on the global streaming platform.

Following weeks of cryptic social media teasers, the official trailer has finally been released, unveiling a star-studded cast that includes notable personalities such as The Murayas, Karen Nyamu, Jalang’o, and Rev Lucy Natasha. The series promises an unfiltered look into the lives of the Bahati family, showcasing their real experiences, both the highs and the lows.

Expressing his excitement, Bahati shared, “We’re thrilled to make history as the first Kenyan family on Netflix. ‘The Bahati Empire’ will showcase our real lives, the good, the bad, and the ugly – entirely unscripted!”

The premiere event was a grand affair, attracting prominent figures such as Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor (Jalang’o), and nominated Senator Karen Nyamu. The gathering saw the elite of Kenyan entertainment come together to celebrate this groundbreaking achievement.

In a recent interview, Bahati disclosed that the production of the entire show cost approximately 47 million Kenya shillings.

“The Bahati Empire” follows Bahati’s previous reality show, “Being Bahati,” which aired on Kenyan national television. This new venture promises a fresh perspective, offering viewers a more intimate and unfiltered glimpse into the Bahati family’s life.

Diana Marua, Bahati’s wife and co-star, also expressed her excitement about the show, emphasizing its authenticity and the hard work that went into making it. “This show is about sharing our true selves with our fans and giving them a genuine look at our family life,” she said.