Taking to the social media, the musician claimed that some bloggers have forced her to explain herself after spreading rumours that fans snubbed her recent diaspora show.
According to her, diaspora shows are "not for the masses" but only a few who can afford. She further explained that performing abroad pays well and that's all that matters.
"For you to get to this shows, you need to get atleast 300 euros... it's not for the masses. That's someone's whole year rent in Kenya," she claimed.
She explained that she is loved by her fans and that's why she managed to sell a thousand copies of her book within 10 days without the help of bloggers.
Akothee claimed that all bloggers "became busy" after she launched her album and the book and non bothered to write something about it.
"When I launched my book and crazy album, bloggers pretended to be busy with other things. I sold 1000 books within 10 days," she wrote.
She castigated Kenyan bloggers claiming that they only focus on negativity, likening them to her employees pit latrine.
"Kenyan bloggers are as useless as my pit latrine. They major on the negativity and ignore positivity, thinking they can break what they didn't build," she stated.
Akothee thanked her supporters in Munich, Germany, where she performed and sent her love to all her supporters in and out of the country.
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