Bahati reveals the hefty amount of money he used to produce his reality show

Kenyan musician Kevin Bahati and his wife Diana Marua have launched their highly anticipated reality show, “The Bahati Empire,” on Netflix. The show premieres today, Friday, June 7th, making Bahati and Diana the first Kenyan couple to feature a reality series on the streaming platform.


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After weeks of cryptic social media posts, Bahati finally unveiled the trailer, revealing a star-studded cast that includes The Murayas, Karen Nyamu, Jalang’o, and Rev Lucy Natasha.

“We’re thrilled to make history as the first Kenyan family on Netflix,” Bahati said. “’The Bahati Empire’ will showcase our real lives, the good, the bad, and the ugly – entirely unscripted!” he promised.

The launch event was a star-studded affair, attended by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Lang’ata MP Phelix Odiwuor (Jalang’o), and nominated Senator Karen Nyamu. The who’s who of Kenyan entertainment came together to celebrate this momentous occasion.


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Bahati revealed in a recent interview that the entire show cost roughly 47 million Kenya shillings to produce.

“The Bahati Empire” follows Bahati’s previous reality show, “Being Bahati,” which aired on Kenyan national television. This new venture promises a fresh take, offering a glimpse into the unfiltered world of the Bahati family.

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