Gospel artist Bahati leaves and ditches gospel industry terming it ROTTEN
Bahati with his wife Diana Marua.
Bahati with his wife Diana Marua.

Gospel artist Bahati real name Kevin Kioko Bahati leaves the Gospel industry. He says, leaving the Gospel industry is the best decision he had ever made.

However, Bahati has made it clear that leaving the gospel industry doesn’t express his faith and belief in God has been compromised.

Bahati revealed in an interview with comedian MC Jessy on his new YouTube segment, Jessy Junction.

“The Gospel ni Christ. I have Christ in my heart and I believe in God and God is the reason I am at the top so I cannot leave Christ,’’ Bahati said.
He further termed the gospel industry “rotten”, saying that leaving the industry was the best decision he has ever made.

“I was fought a lot in the gospel industry but I knew I was not doing gospel music for the people; I was doing it for God. I have just separated myself from the gospel industry for a while but not from God. Christ and the Lord is my saviour,” he said.

“I think right now Wanani is the most played song in the country, and it’s because it's being requested by both watu wako secular na watu wako church because I’m still a son of Christ,” he said.

“My vision was to support any artist who was struggling to get to the top. It’s not like I had so much money, but I knew the influence that God had given me was just enough to help other musicians to the top,” he said.

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