‘Watoto ni baraka’- Diana Marua shuts down fan insinuating Yvette will soon sire another kid with Bahati

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 21 Jun, 2022 10:59 | 2 mins read
A photo collage of Diana Marua with Bahati and his baby mama Yvette Obura. PHOTO/Instagram
A photo collage of Diana Marua with Bahati and his baby mama Yvette Obura. PHOTO/Instagram

Internet sensation Diana Marua was quick to shut down a fan who expressed worries over her close relations with Bahati’s baby mama Yvette Obura.

A photo collage of Diana Marua with Bahati's abay mama Yvette Obura. 
PHOTO/Instagram
A photo collage of Diana Marua with Bahati's abay mama Yvette Obura.
PHOTO/Instagram

The fan who made a comment on Diana’s video of Yvette and her daughter Heaven having a good time wrote;

"Diana, I repeat you will regret it just a matter of time, her second born will be Bahati's kid once again."

Diana swiftly countered her saying; "Kila mtu agagie kwake. Watoto ni baraka ama?"

Diana Marua with Yvette Obura in a past interview on the former's Youtube channel. 
PHOTO/Instagram
Diana Marua with Yvette Obura in a past interview on the former's Youtube channel.
PHOTO/Instagram

Last year Yvette treated Kenyans to a rare scene after she showered Diana with praises on her birthday.

Yvette, professed her love for the Youtuber, terming her as selfless, understanding, giving, loving and caring. She thanked her for being a loving stepmother to her child Mueni Bahati.

Diana and Yvette have been open about their co-parenting journey with the latter recently revealing that it took her four years to move on and eventually get over her grudge with her baby daddy Bahati and Marua.

Speaking on Diana Marua's Youtube channel, she said the healing process was rough since their daughter Mueni was a year old and she was still battling postpartum depression.

After the breakup, Yvette says Bahati quickly moved on and she only found out about Diana Marua through social media when he introduced her as his 'prayer partner'.

According to Yvette, the pain of suffering a heartbreak while still finding her way around motherhood was hard but she says she could no longer hold onto someone she did not love anymore.

"I let it go but it took time, three to four years to get over everything and to forgive both of you," she said.