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Bahati’s baby mama Yvette Obura calls off engagement, says dating in Nairobi is scam

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 4 Oct, 2021 17:29 | 2 mins read
Bahati's baby mama Yvette Obura. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Singer Bahati’s baby mama Yvette Obura has revealed that she recently lost her engagement ring saying that she is now single.

In a Q and A on her Instagram, the mother of one says dating in Nairobi is an extreme sport which saw her call off her engagement five months in.

“Mapenzi ya Kanairo ni scam.(Dating in Nairobi is a scam),” she stated.

“Sad story, I had a shoot at Two Rivers but while I was changing outfits I couldn’t trace it,” she added.

Speaking of her relationship with Bahati’s current wife Diana Marua, she dismissed any constraints saying the two did not have any beef only that they were never close in any way and the relationship was non-existent.

“We never had issues, we just didn’t have a relationship,” she said.

As previously reported, Bahati got his fans reeling after he told Yvette to invite him to her wedding.

Niliona kwa blogs umepata mtu handsome(I read on blogs you found a handsome man) Please I will be honoured to be invited to your wedding,” he stated.

The fanfare started after his series of thanksgiving dabbed ‘Bahatigratitudeweek‘ he ran on social media detailing how and when his firstborn Mueni came to be.

He revealed that Yvette gave birth to their daughter-Mueni at a point where he was at the pick of his music career forcing him to ‘hide’ them from the public for almost two years.

He had just received two major awards: Male Artist of the Year Groove Awards & AFRIMMA’s Best Gospel Act in Africa.

“I was at my pick as a Gospel artist then, just after being awarded as the Male Artist of the Year Groove Awards & AFRIMMA’s Best Gospel Act in Africa then I was surrounded by so many heavy Judgements. I ended up being a hypocrite ending up not being proud of my blood,” he disclosed.

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