A while back, Weezdom went on the radio and spilt some tea on Bahati and Diana Marua’s relationship.
In the interview, Weedom said that after Bahati started dating Diana, he was forced out of the label.
“I respect Bahati a lot because he is the one who brought up my music career. I consider him my brother but there were some changes which started emerging and the changes involved someone called Diana Marua.”
Adding, “She (Marua) made sure I exited the record. She made Bahati change on me professionally and as a brother and since I was just starting as an artist, I decided to send myself out there so God can open my paths as well,” stated the singer.
Reacting to this Diana told Weezdom,
“I barely knew you, our only encounters were just but hellos… you turned against me even without knowing who I was, not that it even mattered to me, anyway. But our paths crossed again and now you are blood,” said Diana.
Just to show that she has no bad blood between them, Diana praised Weezdom and wished him well in his career endeavours.
“I’m proud of who you are becoming. May God use you as his own mouthpiece to speak life. Let’s build this empire and see each other win. Weezdom, the only way right now is upward and forward,” she wrote.
In July, a repentant Weezdom apologized to Bahati whome he branded his mentor.
“It’s a personal decision because he is a person who mentored me, there is no way I can give my story without him being mentioned. It reached a time and I thought of how I had been attacking him.
“I am the one who asked for forgiveness, my friends, my pastor, my mum has been helped by him at some point so she takes him as his son. People told me to stop bashing Bahati in the media. They told me Bahati has God’s anointing and my destiny was intertwined with his.
“It’s embarrassing for a man to ask another man for forgiveness but I decided to humble myself given that Bahati is my musical father. EMB records is home and Bahati is my brother,” he said.