Bahati is on a rampage with his new song.
When pictures of Bahati comfortably smoking a cigar emerged on Monday, backlash ensued. The pictures are snippets from Bahati’s latest music video for the song ‘Fikra Za Bahati’. The song which features on an album that Bahati anticipates on dropping in a few days is full of ‘shade’ as it takes a dig at various Kenyan musicians.
“Mr. Omollo kwa gym matembe” Bahati raps, an obvious insinuation that rapper Khaligraph Jones uses performance-enhancement drugs to attain his form. After learning about the dig Bahati took at him, Khaligraph chose to respond by posting a pic on Instagram of him and a friend looking buff as ever. “alafu naskia @bahatiKenya ameanza bangi na sigara ameanza kurap matusi, punguza iyo bangi baba wacha matusi”, Khaligraph captioned, basically insinuating that Bahati was on drugs.
The retorts did not stop there, as Bahati commented on the post: “KWENDAAAAAAA!!! MI SIKUOGOPI”.
Bahati also goes after Sauti Sol, Ringtone and Octopizzo in the song. Just have a listen:
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Fikra Za Bahati is even more controversial if you know that Bahati first came out as a gospel artiste… he even addresses that in the song. Have a listen
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