Controversial gospel cum secular singer Kevin Bahati has elicited mixed reactions of him enjoying himself.
In the video, which he shared on his Instagram page, the musician can be seen wearing a white designer tunic and sunglasses while vaping.
According to the Oxford dictionary, the verbal meaning of vape is to inhale and exhale vapour containing nicotine and flavouring produced by a device designed for this purpose.
Vape can also be a device used for inhaling vapour containing nicotine and flavouring.
In the video, bahati is also wearing a thawb and keffiyeh on his head.
"Just One Puff to Celebrate being the Top Gospel Artist and Top in Secular at the Same Time in Kenya; Humbled," Bahati captioned.
Netizens reacted differently to the celebrities post, with a majority castigating his recent actions, while still claiming to be a gospel musician.
A number of celebrities also weighed in on the post including Hope Kid, Terrence Creative and DK Kwenye Beat.
"Unachanganya pia Yesu sasa," Hope Kid commented.
"Praying for you brother," DK Kwenye Beat added.
Netizens accused the musician of toying with religion, alleging that the money he had made over the years had turned him away from God.
"You will turn into a pillar of salt. Wewe cheza tu na mungu," one Robbiro20 remarked.
"Mungu hapendi mchanganyo. Wewe hujui unafanya nini. Wacha kufurahisha walimwengu," Naomi opined.
A majority of people called him out for mocking God, While a section claimed that he should identify himself with what he believes in and stop with the drama.
"When will you find yourself?" Kweni Salim posed.
A section of netizens found the video funny and entertaining, going on to call the singer, Sheikh Bahati, owing to the Arabic attire.
Despite the scathing ridicules, a section congratulated the musician for the milestones he had achieved in life.