For quite a long Time, Kenyan singer Bahati and wife Diana Marua have remained a model couple to many Kenyans. The two are not afraid to share their love journey and secrets.
Recently during a Question & Answer session with her Nanny, Diana Marua wowed fans after she disclosed that she is down to earth despite earning more than her husband. In a video she shared on her YouTube Channel, the mother of three spoke on glue that binds them.
Speaking about money, Diana Marua intimated that their income keep on fluctuating and that sometimes she makes more than Bahati. She however noted that she still submit to his husband irregardless of how much she makes.
“Even right now I can say I am making slightly more than him. It fluctuates, yes, but there is a time when his music is doing well and he has shows here and there and makes a decent amount. When things are not okay on his side and I am making more, I still humble before my husband regardless of the amount of money in our respective bank accounts.”
Bahati is My Everything, Diana Marua says
Diana Marua recalled when Bahati called her out for her expensive lifestyle.
“One day he told me, ‘I cannot facilitate the lifestyle that you had before, and if it is going to be difficult moving forward, this won’t work. He was so point blank. I cut my nails, I removed my polish, I went natural, and I think that was the test of time. I told God to test me with him so He can know I am patient and serious.'” Marua narrated.
Marua said that for two years, she had no money and would wonder who she had decided to settle down with. However, when things started looking up for them, Bahati would show her how to thrive even when she was scared.
“Bahati has believed in me even when I did not believe in myself,” Marua said. “He is my everything. My beginning and my end. I owe my success to God because He used Bahati, or rather to Bahati because God used him. I have never had my money. Any business that Diana has done, when I get my money, I say, ‘Babe, what do we do with this money?’ Sometimes I tell him how much I have in my account, and he tells me what to do with it.”