Kenyans have been trolling their favorite celebrities by creating memes using their photos and editing funny videos.
This has been a form of entertainment that the celebrities have learnt to accept it. If they dare fire their shots back, then it would be like adding salt to a wound.
Musician Akothee recently found an edited picture of herself. She is known to be fierce and rude when it comes to responding to trolls. On this one she acted soft.
One of her fans photo-shopped a picture of the musician with an old man carrying bunches of bananas on a speeding bike.
The particular photo was a controversial one. Remember when Ezekiel Mutua bashed her for opening legs to the fans in a club?
As the internet never forgets, they downloaded a photo of her spreading legs while she entertained fans.
The hilarious meme found its way to the musician, forcing her to react.
She shared it on her page and asked fans to allow her live in harmony.
Akothee performs while on a suggestive attire at Italy in 2018.
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