Diana Marua cannot leave me with my deep pockets – Bahati
Huyu ni Bahati tena!!
He went on to say that he was not comfortable with the idea of people associating Gospel musicians to being poor.
“Ni mfuko. unajua mimi sipendi hii mambo ya watu kudhani Gospel ni umaskini. Nikuwe maskini Mathare, nikuwe maskini Ukambani tena nikuwe maskini kwa Gospel? I must choose one. Mama hawezi enda kama kuna mfuko,” said Bahati.
Asked on whether surprising his wife with a new and fully refurbished house was just a show off for their reality TV show ‘Being Bahati’ as reports claimed, the singer strongly denied the allegations and maintained that he bought the house.
This comes a few days after the singer surprised his wife with their new house, where they currently live.
“Yesterday was by far the best day of my life. I cannot begin to explain how our day ended. To say the least, my emotions were misplaced, I had never lacked words like that before. My heart literally skipped a bit, my legs couldn't hold me anymore, my hands were shaking, my stomach was full of butterflies, my whole body had goosebumps. How he managed to pull that surprise was something I least expected,” said Diana Marua after he was surprised with the new house.
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