Check Out The Bahati Song That Caused A Fake Breakup

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By  | Dec 03, 2020, 01:51 PM  | Bahati   | Drama

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Celebrity power couple Diana and Bahati’s marriage ahs been the talk of the town for the past couple of days with rumours that they were headed for a divorce. This is after Diana dropped hints that all might not be well between her and the father of her two children. 

She unfollowed the singer on Instagram before deleting their pictures together. Diana later shared a photo of a black rose captioning; 

“Sometimes you have to unfollow people in real life. God bless my next chapter.”
On December 2, she promised to tell her side of the story at 10am the next day(today). Her husband followed suit saying he will also be sharing his side of the story today at 10 am.

This kept the fans eager to see what transpired between the two. When the time came, Diana and Bahati a poster of an upcoming collaboration proving that their ‘breakup’ was a publicity stunt geared towards hyping the song titled Mtaachana Tu.
In the caption Diana wrote;

“Many wished to see it over...Drops today at 12pm sharp! This is my first ever collabo... Subscribe to Bahati Kenya YouTube channel to join the premier!” 

In the song Bahati showers his wife with sweet words, telling her he will never hurt her and they will be together forever. He also sings in Luganda in the second verse.

The video shows them growing old and laughing at their haters who thought they would not last.

With the latest release in town, it is clear that Bahati pulled one of the many publicity stunts that modern-day artistes engage in to attract clout before they finally release their projects.

Staging weddings is one of the go-to stunts that has been pulled off by singer-cum philanthropist Akothee and Willy Paul.  Four years ago, Akothee led many fans into assuming she'd wedded a Caucasian man after sharing photos wearing a wedding gown. The photos turned out to be for an upcoming single, Yuko Moyoni. Willy Paul and Alaine followed suit for their collaboration, I Do.

Magix Enga, on the other hand, hyped a project by falsely claiming he’d been arrested while Femi One faked being pregnant for Nvirii The Storyteller days before releasing Kipetero Kiyesu. Gospel musician Masterpiece opted to wear a dress, creating heated debate before releasing Nikupee featuring Khaligraph Jones.

The strategy seems to be working as the attention they got before the release will translate to massive YouTube views and endless chatter.

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