Kenyan singer Kelvin 'Bahati' Kioko had a rough time at an Azimio rally on Monday.
A viral video clip seen by Nairobileo.co.ke has exposed how the Mathare MP hopeful was harassed before he was ejected out of the rally.
Bahati who attended the rally graced by top Nairobi leaders of the Azimio coalition left the meeting without having a chance to address his supporters.
Some Azimio leaders were captured in the video gesturing the singer to exit their makeshift dais mounted on their car.
Leaders who seemingly wanted Bahati out forced him down the car as they pointed at him using their hands.
After hitting the ground, Bahati is seen being roughed up by a group of men even as his security details try to intervene.
The development comes a week after Bahati was embroiled in a bitter fallout with ODM SG Edwin Sifuna.
Sifuna had announced that Azimio had settled on the incumbent Mathare MP Anthony Oluoch to fly their flag in the August 9 election.
"Zoning was done perfectly even here in Mathare we have agreed that it's an ODM zone. We only have one candidate in Mathare and that is Oluoch, this young man called Bahati is my younger brother and we will talk. I will make sure that we find him another position within the Azimio government," Sifuna said.
Bahati responded to the SG saying dismissing claims he has stepped down.
"My point and message to Mathare people is that I am still in the race and I will be on the ballot. I am not stepping down for anyone".