Diana Marua and singer Kevin Bahati share almost everything they do on multiple public platforms. The couple have weathered many storms as far as hate from a section of Kenyans goes but it seems that the criticism is a form of fuel to their fires.
The pair seem to just thrive and even in this year when Corona has done a number on many Kenyans, they are growing stronger and stronger.
One of the places where they have thrived is on their family YouTube page where they post snippets about their life. The page currently has 206k followers and is one of the most followed, showing that the couple has a life that Kenyans deem to be interesting.
And one of their latest videos shows that their formula is? That is to air their dirty linen in public, prooving that even they have issues.
So they sell an authenticity that gels with a starving public tired of celebs who fake it with their make-up, filters and perfect little life.
One of their most recent episodes showed the depths of their relationship honesty. In the episode, Diana is seen standing up for herself complaining about a certain gift the Wanani hitmaker had given her.
Bahati had noted that Diana was a dedicated gym-goer and so decided to gift her with a smartwatch that would show her how many calories she is shedding and what not.
He gave her the gift after she had finished a gym session but her reaction wasn’t what the singer was expecting. The mother of two told him he could keep it as she wasn’t happy with the gift.
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She told him that she was expecting a brand new phone from her lover and not the watch. She even accused the father of her two kids of buying the watch for himself that he would pass off as her gift only to keep it after she declines it.
“Really? Is this yours or mine. I thought you were getting me a phone. I don’t need a watch. I appreciate but you can do better honestly. Mimi si mzungu. My expectations were higher. It’s not even feminine,” she remarked.
That kind of realness! I might not like their show, but I respect how honest they are with each other. Check out the video below: