The kenyan musician star who is Known as Akothee roasted online after admonishing her fellow ladies against living with men who don't pay bills. She questioned why men are getting comfortable with women paying their bills, and when did the role of men taking care of women changed?
She argued that from our history, a role of a man is to provide. However, she said at this generation there are some men who are not only being paid bills, but also relying on a women to provide.
But in a quick response, several men blasted her for giving a wrong advice to the younger generation. They argued that if Men are supposed to provide in the family, then why are ladies agitating for equality in the country?
Perhaps, they wondered why ladies are waking up early in the morning to go for work if they can not take part in providing in the family. According to them things have changed, and every gender is responsible in providing basic needs for the family.
These are some of their reactions:
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