Akothee has excited her fans after breaking into a dance with one of his casual workers.
The musician was having a late breakfast when one of her favourite songs was played.
She jumped into shaking her waist and was shortly joined by the gardener who couldn't resist the urge to show his moves.
All this time, her new mzungu boyfriend watched in enjoyment and recorded a video from a short distance.
Click here to watch the entertaining video.
Akothee later shared the video and captioned that most of her employees make her life enjoyable.
"Aaah most of my employees gives me life. See my jaduong at 62 years old, this is how our morning begins," she said.
Kenyans were happy about the relationship she has developed with the people working for him.
In some cases, employees usually do not interact with their bosses - forget about jamming to a rhumba song.
"Absolutely amazing i just loved energy and the love and care she show people around her," commented Jaisy.
"That was a good one Jaber. Very impressive to hype that jaduong before starting the job , it’s really therapeutic and a show of appreciation," added Mochorwa.
"This is priceless. I'm touched in a special way. Some bosses never greet such lowly employees. God bless you Akothee you've touched the guy in an insurmountable way," replied Harrison.
"This should the relationship between bosses and workers. A times being free to extent of enjoying freely together," wrote Philip.
How is your relationship with your employee or employer?
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