KRG the Don and Diana Marua’s recent online interactions stirred a mix of responses from the public a few months ago. At an event attended by Bahati, he found himself relegated to a mere spectator while KRG and Diana shared a pleasant time together.
In the wake of this incident, Bahati chose to remain silent initially, but it became evident that he had been contemplating it for some time when he addressed it playfully in a recent social media post. He posted a photo and cheekily commented, “Someone tell KRG that’s where to place your hands while taking photos with someone’s girlfriend or wife 😂😉😃. Thanks to this amazing couple @mcjimmiekajim and @wambui_kajim for starring in my new song #HUYU 🌷❤️😊.”
This post garnered KRG’s attention, prompting him to downplay Bahati’s advice. He responded, “😂😂😂😂😂 aaaaaiiiihhh Dada zangu mimi nawashika mabega anytime. I will hold my sister’s shoulders anytime, and I’m not apologizing for it 😂😂😂😂,” in a friendly banter.
Notably, this is the second time that the ‘Mambo Imechemka’ singer has addressed the July scandal. In a previous interview with Mungai Eve, he asserted that his actions were not disrespectful, emphasizing that Diana and Bahati had been close friends for many years. He even mentioned being the godfather of their first child, Heaven.
“We are good friends, we were having fun, we were dancing. You know, she is like my sister. When I am with my sister, I can hold you, I can hug you. The only thing I cannot do is anything that goes beyond that. But holding each other and celebrating, even singing together, you can do that with your sister.”
KRG attributed the harsh reactions to a lack of proper upbringing, suggesting that some individuals misinterpret innocent gestures as inappropriate due to their own issues. He urged people not to view things in that light, emphasizing that his actions were driven by friendship and camaraderie.