• Akothee shared photos of several men from the Lakeside who have been tormenting her online
• The entertainer used the opportunity to advise wives to her male haters
• According to the mother of five, most of her male haters are her fans in denial
Enough is enough, this seems to be the mantra popular entertainer Esther Akoth, alias Akothee has chose to adopt even as she tries to contain and supress her haters and critics on online.
Akothee has taken to social media to call out, shame and expose a number of men who have constantly been giving her a hard time on social media platforms.
In an unexpected turn of events, the mother of five posted several photos of Kenyan men, most from the Lakeside who have been trolling her silly online.
Through her social media post seen by YEIYO.com on Thursday, August 3, the Baby Daddy crooner blasted grown men who have always been attacking her online and used the the chance to advise their wives and lovers while at it.
Akothee noted that wives and lovers to men who have been attacking her and who she exposed online have a mountain to climb if indeed those are the type of men they are in romantic relationships with.
The singer wondered why the men who hate her and have been bashing her are always glued to her pages.
According to Akothee, the men are just her fans in denial and actually look up to her as their role model.
Akothee reiterated that most men who attack her online do so to carress their egos but deep down they are madly in love with her.
She added that any man who hates her should just unfollow her pages and follow their fellow men such as Churchill and Jalang’o.
“If your husband falls on this list ,my dear you have a big problem at home. Who hurt this men ? All of them are Luos 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣They camp on my page from morning to evening, downloading my bikini photos 🤣🤣🤣. They say I have nothing to offer ,yet I feed them on daily basis 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. If you take their phones right now ,the gallery is full of what I offer 🤣🤣🤣🤣. Magi aloyo anyalo gedonegi ma amigi tich aneno ka gionge tich .🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. I am these men’s Role model ,see how they right long paragraphs 🤣If your husband is arguing with keyboard my dear ,that one had insecurity issues , why can’t they Go follow Churchill, jalango and the rest 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣”Wrote Akothee.
Akothee, however, deleted the post barely an hour after publishing it on Facebook.
For the first time in ages, a multitude of Kenyans rallied behind Akothee as they joined her in bashing her critics.
A horde of netizens echoed Akothee’s sentiments, holding that men who have been taunting her online are her fans in denial and would do just about anything to have a night with her.
Others, however, advised Akothee to seive the content she shares online.
A section of Kenyans told Akothee to behave, respect herself and others, specifically the men she exposed will respect her.