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‘Bahati might be playing victim but he might be hurting for real’ Concerned King Kaka speaks




Bahati and his wife Diana Marua have become a trending topic after Khaligraph shared a snippet of his new song, Hao where he mentions the two.

“Being a celebrity you have to sacrifice. You apologize to people you have not offended (preach). If you are soft-hearted they will say it is biased. If you are hard-hearted you just have to get used to it. They will abuse you so that you get mad and then they laugh at you. Too much gossip and when you fall they kick you. Being a celebrity will cost you a lot because once they know you it is a problem. 

When Bahati started, he was known as a mothers child but now KOT has made him Diana’s (his girlfriend’s) child. There is no mercy.” Khali rapped

So many memes have since been created and people have trolled Bahati and Diana but the far it has come, King Kaka is worried.

These trolls have forced celebrities to quit their career while others have fallen into depression. According to a survey, Kenyans were ranked number one as top cyberbullies.

King Kaka in a Twitter post shared his sentiments on what is happening online to gospel artiste, Bahati, his wife and his family.

“I understand we are having fun on social media but I think we are crossing the line when we touch families. What is happening to @BahatiKenya and The Wife should STOP,” said King Kaka. He might be playing victim but he might be hurting for real.” King Kaka tweeted.


In as much former EMB Records CEO is being cyberbullied, together with his wife they are creating a comic relief to it, in the hope it doesn’t affect them.

Bahati and Diana respond to Khaligraph’s troll in sarcastic post

Just like Khaligraph said, being a celebrity in Kenya is not easy especially when people see your success curve is always on the rise.

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