Here’s Why Bahati Said He Would Ban Twitter If He Became President


Bahati has said that he would ban twitter if he became president.

Everyone knows that Bahati and his wife Diana Marua have been in the headlines for some time now. Whether or not the gospel artist is trying to get attention is a question on everyone’s mind. However, him and his family have been trolled a number of times for posting somewhat ridicilous videos of themselves.

If Bahati had the power he would probably ban all social media platforms because no matter which platform you’re on there’ll always be Kenyans on social media that are eager to troll him.

Kenyans on Twitter are by the far the worst trollers on the net.

Bahati recently declared that when he becomes president he will most definitely ban twitter and it seems the artist has not been taking people’s trolls lightly.

A week after he announced that he is shutting down his recording label, Eastlands Most Beloved (EMB), following a falling out with signed artistes, Bahati is now revealing his future plans.

President of Kenya? Would you vote for him?

The “Unavyonipenda” artiste took to social media to tell his fans that he will one day be the President of Kenya and asked them to address him with respect.

I will be a President of this country one day, so address me with some respect, Mr. Bahati.

He has been trending for wearing a dress and being carried by Diana.

His tweet came days after he has was the talk of t for his town for cross-dressing in an orange skater dress, complete with heels and jewelry accessories while jamming to his latest hit with Madam Boss, Akothee, Nakupa Moyo.

The self-proclaimed King of Gospel, Bahati, is among many artistes who facing Kenyans on Twitter wrath over various reasons.

He tweeted and pinned a his tweet:

 Twitter is the first thing I will burn (ban) once I’m sworn in as the President of Kenya. Aki Simnasumbua

One Twitter user wrote:

 His English might be burnt before banning Twitter

If you want a good laugh as you #StayHome, just go read the comments on his posts because Kenyans never lack responses.