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Diana Marua celebrates YouTube milestone

Content creator Diana Marua, popularly referred to as Diana B, recently reached a significant milestone on her YouTube channel, crossing the one million subscribers mark.

The artist, wife of popularly singer Kelvin ‘Bahati’ Kioko, celebrated this achievement with an impromptu joyous moment while at a nail bar.

On January 17, 2024, Diana B, beaming with excitement, shared news of her channel hitting the milestone.

Initially headed to the restroom, she was halted by the exciting announcement and couldn’t contain her elation.

“Wacha uongo, uongo, nimefika?” she exclaimed, encouraged to verify the news online.

“Nilikuwa nimebakisha 140k. Oh my God, Oh My God,” she screamed, expressing her disbelief and excitement.

In an energetic display, she danced around the salon, repeatedly exclaiming, “Oh my God, aiyayaya, whaaaaat, whaaat, ngojea,” all while appearing out of breath.

Overwhelmed with emotion, she exclaimed, “I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe. Oh my God, team DEEE, we did it! One million subscribers right over there. Thank you guys so much. Thank you nawapenda sana.”

Diana B expressed gratitude to her supporters, acknowledging the hard work, sweat, and tears that went into creating content consistently for over three years. She also thanked her family, including her kids and husband, blowing them air kisses in appreciation.

“You mean the world to me, and everybody who supported me, the crew, yani it’s taken everybody, literally everybody to get here,” she acknowledged, expressing gratitude even to those who may have dropped off along the way.

Calling it her first significant win of 2024, she remarked, “I’m so happy, manze ni God. Wacheni ni understand, wacheni ni internalize, I love you. This is the first win of 2024.”

Otile Brown was the first Kenyan artiste to achieve the milestone, followed by Bahati.

Willy Paul was the third artiste in Kenya to clock one million subscribers on YouTube.

At the same time, comedian Churchill was the first Kenyan to be feted with a Golden play button for attaining the milestone in 2019.

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