Karibu Atuonyeshe! Diana Marua Records Herself Playing With Bahati’s Mjulus (VIDEO)

Celebrity couple Bahati and his wife Diana Marua have left tongues wagging after sharing intimate video from their bedroom.

According to the video, Diana who seems to be thirsty enters into their bedroom as Bahati is making a phone conversation, clad in nothing but shorts, and tries to disrupt by kissing and stroking him.

Baha is spotted stroking himself while speaking with someone on the other end of the phone.

The video grossed out some of their fans, while others have argued that marriages should be like the Bahati’s where the couple has fun and can say anything about each other.

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Here are some comments:

lidiamusolo: Karibu utuonyeshe mjulus😂

jess.ngina: This how marriages should be❤️❤️ mkileta your seriousness kwa hii kitu ya marriage mtaachana nkiwa depressed 😂msiseme hamkuambiwa

johnsterry482: Unashika wapi Bahaa…!! Wewe nakuona na jicho nyepevu

Diana appears to be in a better place now, she looks genuinely happy hanging around Bahati.

Bahati and Diana-Marua
Bahati and Diana Marua

In a previous interview, Diana Marua disclosed that they do not have a perfect marriage, as most people think.

“I really want to make it clear, you see people see us out there and they think that we are perfect family but we are not we go through issues just like any other person and I get so many DM’s on the same,” said Diana.

Diana Marua praises Bahati

She described Bahati as the best father who sacrifices a lot for their young family, despite his busy schedule.

The husband of Diana Marua, Bahati (Kevin Mbuvi) was born in 1994 and is six years younger than Diana.

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Bahati is a popular Kenyan gospel artist who has released a number of hit songs and boasts of a large fan base in the country.

He first made headlines in 2012 as a new kid in the entertainment industry and his humility and talent put him up in the big league.

His difficult childhood encouraged him to work hard and become the best in the gospel music industry competing with the likes of Willy Paul.

He lost his parents at a young age and was forced to go to the ABC orphanage in Mathare slums in order to get shelter and education.

Bahati won the 2014 groove award for the best male gospel musician in the country.

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