NTV bashed by netizens for “Bahati Reality” Show.

Netizens today woke up angry with NTV. They expressed their disapproval for the Being Bahati Show aired on Sunday. Some are busy saying we’ve got a lot of talents in Kenya though Bahati’s Premieres seem not to augur well with Kenyans.

Apart from following a script, the show has been termed as not educative to the Kenyans. Some claim the programme seem to be copying the Kardashian reality show which is on the basis of reality. This move might affect the viewership of NTV.

The reality show revolves around singer Bahati and his fiance Diana Marua. They express their day to day activities as a busy family. Their family is also full of scripted drama and they even fake things on a reality show.

When Diana Marua was giving birth , the reality show captured everything things that are also not safe for the young generation. Will NTV bow to the netizens on pulling the programme or will they continue to assume the masses?

Here’s a video of an angry Kenyan expressing his view on Bahati Reality Show.

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