Diana Marua wonders why people get shocked with her Sh850K rate card for appearance

Singer Kevin Bahati has revealed how much it would cost you to book his wife and the newest rapper in town Diana Marua aka Diana B for a show.

In an interview with Kalondu Musyimi, Bahati said that anybody looking forward to book Diana B for a show or concert will have to part with a whopping Sh850, 000.

“Her normal appearances at clubs is Sh500K, so the management was rating at around Sh850K per show and the biggest advice to her is do you and don’t care about what they say, just do you and be real to yourself,” Bahati said.

“Why are people shocked at my rate card??? just 850,000 ksh??? Kwani wasanii wanalipangwa pesa ngapi??? 🤷

For bookings call my management on +254715544288 diana b! on this 🔥My first official music video #hatutaachana topping on youtube link in bio!,” wrote Diana Marua.

Marua, who has long since been a YouTube content creator, announced that she would now go by the stage name "Diana B" stating that her fans have known her as Diana Bahati and she wanted to keep things simple.

Her inaugural jam Hatutaachana addressed any naysayers who have been waiting for her and Bahati to break up. The two have been together since 2017 and have two children together.

The song is also a remix to a song done by Bahati, Mtaachana Tuu, in which Diana B featured as an actor.

Now calling herself "the African queen of afro rap", she has promised to release one more song before the end of the year.

Following the premiere of the song, and Marua's career in music, Netizens shared their opinions and assessments of the content creator's prospects in music.

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The song has so far garnered over 744K views on YouTube and Diana B is happy.

“Thank you fam for all the love ❤️💃 Almost 600k in a day Over 8,000 comments. I'M BREAKING ALL THE RECORDS!! SHOULD I DROP ANOTHER HIT??,” posed Ms M


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