According to Akothee some celebrities are living large online only for them to burden Kenynas for support when they fell sick or are in any trouble.
“With all this hypes, it would have been okey if we don't come back to the public asking for support after we misuse opportunities Do you have medical insurance?’’ she asked.
Taking to her official Instagram account, Akothee questioned whether they have medical insurance, or if they have taken care of their families in any way and if they had any sustainable income.
“Are all your siblings educated? Do your parents have a roof over their heads or they are steel sleeping on that same matress since 004? Do you have a sustainable income, ama wewe showbiz Tisha,” Akothee said in her post.
According to her, most of celebrities are living just for the online hype and trends, adding that they all should call themselves for a meeting.
“Do you have an apartment, a house, a home in your name, ama wewe ukilipa rent for one-year ni basaaasi, "nyumba yangu",’’ she said.
“I am Sorry but most of us public figures, are not ourselves, we live up to the hype, comments, likes, trends e.t.c. Please call yourself a meeting. You know us we don’t. fame doesn't last. Whats your exit plan?’’ she added.
This comes at the wake of many celebrities coming out and asking Kenyans to come to their aid.
With the latest incident being former Tahidi high star Omosh who was called for help twice withing a span of barely three months.
Other celebrities like 2020 hit maker Justina Syokau has in the recent past also come out to ask Kenyans for financial help.
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