Diana Marua, wife to Singer Bahati has hit back at critics accusing her of showing-off on social media yet she is a Christian.

Over the weekend, a user identified as Lucyie Blinger, called out the mother of two, cautioning her to stop flaunting everything she does on social media.

“Wacha kujionyesha sana , sometimes keep quiet , story zote hadi za bedroom yawa umeokoka kweli ama ni musheme tu,” wrote Lucyie Blinger.

Bahati with Diana Marua and Heaven
Bahati with Diana Marua and Heaven

Block

In a quick rejoinder, Ms Marua stated that she was happy that her critic was not using a pseudo account, dedicating her Bahati’s song called #Block, that advocates for blocking those hating on you.

“@Lucyie Blinger one thig I have liked about you … you are not using a pseudo account, I’m seeing your life comfortable in my bedroom …halafu usikose pia kuwatch ile #Block” reads Diana Marua’s response.

The exchange between Diana and Lucyie Blinger was prompted by a screenshot of a video she shared on YouTube taking about how she met Bahati.

“I didn't think our friendship would bloom into something beautiful. New Video is now up on my YouTube Channel... Link on my Bio” reads Diana caption.

Bahati with his Wife Diana Marua
Bahati with his Wife Diana Marua

Clashing with fans

This is not the first time Mama Heaven is clashing with her Followers, back in June fans camped on her Instagram comment section due to her age difference with Bahati.

The age gap between the two has always been the weak point that fans resort to whenever they are displeased with the couple. Some even went to an extent of branding Diana ‘Shosho’ which means grandmother in the Kikuyu language.

In one of their Episode of Bahati Reality, Ms Marua said “What do you mean it does bother me, Bahati is younger than me? It doesn't bother me at all, what matters is that I love him period”.

Bahati unveils son’s Majesty Bahati face for the first-time (Photo)
Bahati unveils son’s Majesty Bahati face for the first-time (Photo)

Even though a lot of people are clearly bothered by their age gap, Bahati had this to say;

“I’m proud of my wife’s age, I always wanted an older woman, I matured up at the age of 12, growing up in the ghetto and I knew I’d want a woman who wouldn’t stress me out,” .