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Bahati Reacts To Wife’s Confession – GhettoRadio 89.5 FM

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Controversial Singer Kevin Bahati has finally spoken out following his wife – Diana B’s damning confession of dating several men for financial gains.

The ‘My Beginning’ singer vowed to stick by his beleaguered wife come rain come sunshine.He maintained that their union was consecrated by the almighty till eternity.

“This is my wife. The one God chose for me. I love the way you are so genuine and I am happy that you don’t pretend to look perfect” Stated Bahati.

An Inspiration To Women.

As many thought Bahati would be shaken by the confession, they were totally wrong. He went against the grain and heaped praise on Diana B as a true inspiration for other women who are stuck in similar situations.He pointed out God’s work in her life and looked forward to more elevation.

“keep being true to yourself and to God, that is the only way you will inspire more and more women out here.. Babe I love you and the doings of the Lord in your life have just started. Be prosperous in Jesus name. I love you my love” Added Bahati.

On her part, Diana B also termed the confession as an earlier revelation done a few years ago while celebrating a Mercedes Benz gift from his husband – Bahati.

She asserted her need to inspire her generation through her ups and downs while quoting a Bible scripture for reference.

“Fellow women and girls the reason i opened up about my past in this video is because God lifted me as an influencer to inspire my generation. And also I strongly believe that roll models don’t only tell their sweet stories but sad ones too. Mathew 5:4 is one of my favorite scriptures and it reminds that “a city on a hill cannot be hidden” read part of her statement.

With the trollings and name callings, are netizens being unfair to Diana B? American rapper Cardi B was once a center of discussion after opening up on her stripper hustling before fame and fortune.

Should past private lives be made public, to judge or not to judge? Drop a comment.

By Steve Osaka



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