Diana Marua: Bahati Should Get A Vasectomy

Vasectomy is an elective surgical procedure for male sterilization or permanent contraception.

Diana Marua: Bahati Should Get A Vasectomy
Bahati and Diana Marua. /INSTAGRAM

Kenyan YouTuber turned rapper, Diana Marua (Diana B) has now suggested that her husband, musician cum politician Kevin Bahati Kioko, should consider getting a vasectomy.

Speaking to fellow YouTuber, Eve Mungai on Tuesday, July 26, Marua suggested that Bahati should take up the medical procedure to avoid her siring more children in the future.

The mother of five was opening up on her current pregnancy which she announced on Friday, July 15 through a song named Nakulombotov, which featured her husband.

An image of Diana Marua kissing Bahati's pregnancy bump. /INSTAGRAM

Marua believed that by Bahati getting a vasectomy, it was the only sacrifice that was on his cards, given that she has five children.

“Bahati should go and do a vasectomy because at this point that is the only sacrifice he is supposed to do for me.

"I have given him three children, so it’s up to him to consider vasectomy because for me I’m not getting more children. It’s a wrap. I have five children already,” she said.

Vasectomy is an elective surgical procedure for male sterilization or permanent contraception. During the procedure, the male vasa deferentia are cut and tied or sealed so as to prevent sperm from entering the urethra and thereby prevent fertilization of a female through sexual intercourse.

The procedure has however been frowned upon by Kenyans who believe that it is too extreme for a person to go through, despite a number of male celebrities inching towards consideration of the process.

On the pregnancy, she disclosed that it was unplanned and was surprised to the point that she experienced mental health issues.

“I keep on saying this pregnancy was not planned, we didn’t sit down and say we're looking for another baby. For Heaven and Majesty, the pregnancy was planned but for this one, things backfired.

“Pull out and pray didn’t work, so it was a moment for me to accept that this is what has happened and when I am comfortable I can now share with the public. I was not prepared and that is my honest truth. When I discovered I was pregnant I had a mental breakdown and I remember it was a period when I was somehow sick and all sorts of emotions running,” she added.

On the song, Marua noted that she wanted to make it memorable and have a meaning as it was more of a prayer for the child to God. Accordingly, she expressed her desire for the song to remain on the airwaves so that when he/she grows up, the child will know that the song was a dedication from her.

"My worst nightmare when I realized I was pregnant was going back to that stage of breaking out. My two pregnancies were challenging… but right now I’m a testimony to every pregnancy is different because the first two I got breakouts but this one is different," she added.

Marua further noted that she preferred to give birth to a girl- when asked about the gender of her third born. She described handling Majesty as an easier task compared to handling a boy child.

She is currently under pressure to find a perfect name for her unborn baby, whose gender reveal, she noted, was on the way.

In the song, the two love birds confessed their undying love for their unborn child, adding that they will always work hard for their children to afford a decent life.

Bahati will soon be a father of five - Morgan Bahati, Mueni Bahati, Heaven Bahati, and Majesty Bahati.