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Why I don’t respond to rumors, Bahati

By Esther Muchene | Saturday, Mar 11th 2017 at 12:17

After unrelenting speculation that the gospel artist and one gorgeous Diana Marua have or had a thing going on, Bahati felt the urge to apologize to his fans after the prayer partner joke went too far.

In the hopes of correcting any wrong he may have committed through his actions with the pretty lass, he took to his social media to write a heartfelt message to his fans.

‘’My Fans are my GOD-GIVEN BOSSES. You're the People God put in my life to Uplift me to the Person I am Today. The Family I never had. Do you know why I never Respond when you Criticize even on Rumors ???

Because the Boss is always right; (JAMES 1:19)...And it's a blessing to Listen than to Speak. So I take every Critic as a Voice to Correct my Ways in case I might have Missed a Step - Mum taught me When you Keep Silent is a way of Humility & giving God a Chance to Speak on your Behalf. #KumbeKumbe

We've Just began Our Great Year & Because I love you as Family, Sweet Hearts & Great Fans... At times it's hard to respond to Everything you guys read around Juu zingine mimi Mwenyewe Suonangi : especially hii ya "PRAYER PARTNER " Najua imesumbua Watu Wengine sana ????

But am still Human, if I let you Down in anyway. AM SORRY. We are learning. We are going far. We've Just Started. Keep Praying for me. I Love You All#TeamBahati’’  the post read.

The two roused curiosity after photos of the couple holding hands, serving each other food and other sweet gestures surfaced on their social media.

Although they have never confirmed the validity of their relationship, it leaves very little doubt that the two could be an item.

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