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Bahati ni Ibilisi – Gospel singer Masterpiece claims

Gospel singer Masterpiece has made a huge claim on fellow gospel singer Bahati after claiming he is Satanic.

The father of two has been trending on social media platforms for all wrong reasons lately with the latest coming after he released his new song dubbed Taniua which he featured secular Gengetone tone group Boondocks Gang.

In a video seen by Kenyan news.co.ke, one of his friends asks him if he loves the new song by Bahati where he asks who that is. Masterpiece goes on to state that the Mama singer is satanic before going to add that he has a “black heart”.

“Huyo ni nani? Huyo ni Ibilisi. Ako na roho chafu kama duster. Hiyo (EMB) ni hoteli,” he claims before they all burst into laughter.

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The controversial singer has also been called out by Nation FM radio presenter Cate Rita who called his new jam trash. She also went on to call out Maisha FM radio presenter Mzazi M. Tuva and Milele FM’s presenter Jalang’o whom she said would play the song in the studios. She claimed that they were the reasons that Kenyan music was stagnant.

The Eastlands Most Beloved record label C.E.O has also been engaged in a court battle with upcoming gospel artist Peter Blessing who he had signed. His reality TV show Bahati Reality has also been recieving backlash from Kenyans. 



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