at a past event
Gospel musician Bahati at a past event
Image: Moses Mwangi

Kamene Goro and Obinna seem to have missed Bahati's YouTube videos. When the singer cum politician started campaigning, he put most of his efforts on aspiring to get the MP seat for Mathare.

This week, a fake Willy Paul Instagram account tweeted this message to Bahati,

"Rudi Tuimbe (Come back to singing)."


Reacting to the tweet, Obinna said the Twitter user might have wanted to warn Bahati or even ask him to continue releasing music.

Kamene added;

"Bahati is young, so he can still run in the next five years. We miss some of the music videos, the surprises. "


"YouTube is a good side hustle for the Bahati's," Obinna said

Obinna concluded that he and Willy Paul should get into the studio and collabo.

"And add in KRG. We need some dancehall vibes pon dis track," Kamene suggested.

After the fake Twitter user that was using Willy Paul's name, the singer took to social media to ask people to ignore it as he doesn't have a Twitter account.

Meanwhile, Bahati has recently said in an interview that he was offered Ksh 50 million to step out of the race.

"Some have even come with offers to pay me to step down. They have offered me millions, up to Ksh 50 million. They know that when they get to the office they will regain the money."

"I miss genuine friends, in politics, your seat with a friend who says what they do not mean. Most politicians are not genuine."

ODM secretary general Edwin Sifuna had previously announced that Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya coalition party had settled on Oluoch to fly their flag in the August 9 election.

Bahati denied ever agreeing to step down;

"My point and message to Mathare people is that I am on the ballot and I am not stepping down for anyone," he said.

"He is jobless, unlike me. I am an award-winning musician. Sifuna and Hon [Rachel] Shebesh said they cannot support youth like me but I want to remind them that Mathare people will soon decide," he said.