Controversial Gospel Singer Bahati Kenya has once again made it to the top of the trending topics after releasing yet another secular collabo.
Even after facing the wrath of Kenyans for producing trash music ‘Taniua’featuring Gengetone boy Band.
Taking to his social media accounts, the EMB CEO asked Eastland Most Beloved (EMB) records CEO. announced his new collabo song dubbed ‘kererembe’ featuring genge legends the Kansoul.
However, his irate fans have accused him of trying so hard to remain relevant by following his long time rival Willy Paul’s footsteps.
Some say that he should be banned from producing songs adding that he will be the end of Kenya music industry.
All these controversies have made him receive more hate than love.
Bahati’s latest online fights
A few days ago, Bahati lashed out at popular DJ G Money called him gay after he (DJ Money ) said that he does not recognize Bahati.
“@GMONEYizME which Bahati song are you playing at club Milan tonight?” asked the fan
Money in his response insinuated that he does not know who Bahati and asked the fan to clarify.
“Who’s that” Money responded
The question seems to have angered Bahati, who went on to call G Money gay, saying that he had heard rumors that G Money had been involved with a man.
“I have heard there’s an upcoming DJ who Kenya has given asylum for 20 years by the name #GMoney @GMONEYizMe. Ambieni huyu chichiman the only time I heard about him, alikua amepiga boy mti na hata hajawai support Kenyan music no wonder hajui wasanii wa Kenya.” Bahati wrote
Here are some of the comments.
Bahati about to kill Kenyan music again https://t.co/AiIOdpcnUT
— Droid (@droid254) March 3, 2020
Bahati has lost it again. “Mtoto wa mama” was just a name to seek sympathy in the music industry. Zero talent, zero content. pic.twitter.com/fGIkQGo35F
— August_Inn (@andrewsteve_jr) March 3, 2020
Bahati have been trying to copy willy Paul for long but he doesn’t understand willy survive on controversy
— DJ Rock (@254_Rock) March 3, 2020
We should cancel Bahati. That guy is a joke.
— Quiet Quark (@quietquark) March 3, 2020
Bahati. Haina haja uforce usanii, yet wee ni jina kubwa. Respect and maintain your brand
— × munG’ure × (@ed_die2) March 3, 2020
Bahati is seeking relevance. He knows his time is gone now lazima adandie any remaining opportunity so that he can remain at least relevant again.
— Mansa Musa 👑 (@_moses_chacha) March 3, 2020
I don’t know what Bahati’s end game is but he seems to be stooping lower and lower. His last two collabos with Boondocks and Kansoul is him jumping into genres that are not his brand at all in the process killing his brand (if he has one that is) at the end he’s the loser.
— Kimanzi®™ (@Kimanzi_) March 3, 2020
Bahati copying every move that Willy Paul makes 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/nc8Vwtzh9d
— Jefa (@Limorio_) March 3, 2020
The Kenyan music industry is growing by the day. With the growth comes a lot of competition as each and every artiste tries to make a mark. However, lets pray for Willy Paul and Bahati because I do not approve some of the music videos that they make.
— Alinur Mohamed (@HonAlinur) March 3, 2020
Seeing what Bahati and Willy Paul are doing, Sooner or later upcoming artists will think its okay to release such songs because their role models and the bigwigs in the industry are doing so and it is then that things will get out of control.
— Embakasi Finest 🇰🇪🐐 (@ThisIsMboya) March 3, 2020
At least Willy paul aliitikia tu his type of music isn’t gospel while Bahati anaendelea kupima watu akili na the so-called “gospeltone”
Who are you behind?
— Duke Of Kamulu (@Sleek_owen) March 3, 2020
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