A lady bt the name of Lea is in real trouble after her inconsiderate move to cyber bully Akothee The Boss Lady went sideways.The young lady has been posted by the businesswoman and talented artist on all her social media pages citing dissatisfaction with empty and vulgar language towards Akothee.
Fans from all walks if life have flooded the post with mixed reactions depending on how they understood the root cause of the problem.Akothee says on the post that lea should be ready for what is coming for her and she shouldn't block her on any social media page.
Fans on the other hand are waiting for Akothee to be awake at 3:00Pm to know what is her verdict.Cyber bulling is one crime that is chargeable in court when found guilty.Lea does not look that wealthy according to the pics posted and it would really mess her career if Akothee uses her influence over her.
The talented star is currently riding high with a new single that is already collecting a good number of views and streams.Akothee has managed to cut her own coat in the advertising industry bagging clients like Chandaria Industries under her Umbrella.Follow for more alerts.
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