Viral video of ‘drunk’ Bahati and wife Diana sparks online controversy -

Viral video of ‘drunk’ Bahati and wife Diana sparks online controversy

The emergence of a video capturing Kenyan singer Bahati and his wife Diana Marua engaged in what appears to be intoxicated revelry at a nightclub has ignited a firestorm on social media.

Diana Marua shared the video on her Instagram stories on Sunday, July 16, and it quickly gained attention. In the footage, Diana can be seen getting cozy with rapper KRG the Don, while another clip shows Bahati seemingly enjoying a glass of what many assumed to be alcohol.

One particular segment of the video shows Diana throwing her arm around KRG the Don’s shoulder as they dance together while seated. Subsequently, the couple stands up, with KRG whispering something into Diana’s ear, which elicits laughter from her. Throughout the incident, Bahati appears unperturbed as he records the video.

The viral footage has elicited a range of responses from the couple’s followers. Some fans have expressed disappointment and concern over Bahati and Diana’s behavior, especially considering Bahati’s past as a gospel singer. On the other hand, some argue that the couple has the right to enjoy themselves and that their personal choices should not be subjected to unnecessary scrutiny.

This incident has further fueled the ongoing debate surrounding Bahati’s musical journey, particularly his transition from gospel music to love songs. Despite venturing into secular music, the singer had previously stated that he would continue to serve God.

Certain fans have raised concerns about Diana Marua still breastfeeding her less than a year old daughter, while others have questioned the boundaries between singer KRG The Don and Bahati’s wife, Diana. In the past, Diana has openly admitted to struggling with alcohol addiction. She has acknowledged seeking companionship from various men to fulfill different needs, including clothing, hairstyling, alcohol, and rent. Furthermore, Diana has revealed that her drinking habits persist from Monday to Monday.