Celebrities happen to expose their lifestyles on social media almost every day. They post their photos as well as their mansions which get to inspire their fans who are also looking forward to that kind of life. However some people take advantage of it and use the photos to benefit themselves. They do photoshop then upload them on their own pages. Anyway it's just a way of benefiting since we're a here to get money.
Following this story we have a top celebrity and a social media influencer Esther Akoth alias Akothee. She's a top musician and a mother of five children as well a wife to Nelly Oaks. Akothee posts much on Instagram and if you're a social media person you've already known much about her life. So it happened that today she shared a story lamenting how photographers use photos of her home and upload them on their YouTube channels. Akothee says that it's a bad thing to do without the owner's consent. So those doing it should stop and start uploading their homes instead of using other people's photos.
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