“Fimbo ya Shetani,” Bahati’s Staff Stick With A Snake Head Sparks Reactions

Kenyan Singer Kelvin Kioko affectionately known as Bahati sparked wild reactions from Kenyans on social media after he stepped out in a stylish staff stick with a snake head.

Bahati, who recently launched ‘The Bahati’s Empire‘, a Netflix reality show, uploaded a video on Facebook. Bahati and Marua, dressed in resembling blue outfit, were seen having a good time.

Hawk-eyed Kenyans were however drawn to attention by Bahati’s staff stick that beared a snake head.

A section of Kenyans who reacted to the video, expressed mixed reactions with some some questioning the meaning of the snake head.

Eunice Mumo wrote: ” Guys ,do you know the spiritual meaning of snakes or you just concentrate on the negativity.let us change our mindset please”

Pravine Ochieng wrote: “Snake is always associated with dark powers , so bro tell us more about your rod!”

Naitwa Mbarikiwa wrote: “fimbo yenye kichwa cha nyoka..ama ni umaskini na uluhya mwingi unanisumbua.”

Tiera Muthoni: ” Life is spiritual. May God open our spiritual eyes nowadays people can do anything for money and fame…May God protect those who are called by HIS NAME AMEN 🙏🏻.”

Lewis Gitonga wrote: That walking stick with a snake sign already has made you people look unauthentic.devil at work in the name of fame. Riswaa”

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Bahati and Marua Reveal Malaika Nyambura’s Face

Recently, during the launch of ‘The Bahati’s Empire’ reality show, Bahati and Marua revealed the face of their daughter Malaika Nyambura. Barely 2 days after revelation, Nyambura has joined the list of celebrity kids after garnering over 100K followers on Instagram.

During a previous interview, Marua disclosed that the birth of Malaika Nyambura was prophesied by their pastor. According to her, their pastor made the revelation about Nyambura when they went to him for prayers.

Upon birth, Marua named the daughter Nyambura, after her mother who passed away in 2009.

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