• Bahati is a case of a good boy gone bad.
  • 'Bahati has moved from a gospel singer to a drug addict.'
Bahati
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Gone are the days when Bahati, aka Mtoto wa Mama was a sensation in the gospel music industry.

Right now, Bahati is a case of a good boy gone bad.

Before the release of his new song, Fikra za Bahati, the father of three posted a video on Instagram, smoking a Cigar.

The video attracted a lot of criticism from her fans online. They felt that Bahati's actions were uncouth for a gospel musician.

And as Ringtone Apoko said, 'Bahati has moved from a gospel singer to a drug addict'.

On Tuesday, he released a dis track directed to his fellow musicians in Kenya. Some of the musicians named in the track include Khaligraph Jones, Ringtone Apoko, Sauti Sol and Octopizzo.

"Naskia @bahatikenya ameanza Bangi na Sigara ameanza Kurap matusi, punguza Iyo Bangi baba wacha Kiherehere," he said.
Khaligraph

Khaligraph responded to Bahati's diss track;

"Naskia @bahatikenya ameanza Bangi na Sigara ameanza Kurap matusi, punguza Iyo Bangi baba wacha Kiherehere," he said.

The song together with the cigar smoking video indicates that Bahati is not the same old Mtoto wa Mama who was focused on preaching the gospel through music.

In addition, Bahati's latest hits have taken a more secular than gospel theme.

It is high time Bahati sets the record straight about the genre of music that he sings.

And because secular music is working well for him as well, Bahati should drop the gospel musician tag and just get dirty in his music videos.