Akothee's daughter Rue Baby has taken the internet by storm with her latest video that has sparked mixed reactions from internet users. From the video, Akothee is providing marital advise to Rue Baby before the little girl decides to settles down. According to Akothee, she urges her daughter to go for money first in any relationship then love will come later because if she chooses love first, money will never come.
My daughter when you go for money, love will come. When you go for love, money will never come. Mmmmmmh….Better cry in Dubai than cry in Kanyamkago.
Akothee's words to her daughter ignited various reactions online as people had opposing views towards her statement. Kenyan comedian and Radio Presenter MCA Tricky who is also Rue Baby's friend made a comment that raised various concerns online. MCA Tricky commented;
ile ngoma ya Nigeria ya kuomboleza inaimbwanga aje?
With this comment. MCA Tricky was asking fans to show him how to sing Nigerian mourning songs. Akothee' s advice to Rue baby really affected MCA Tricky as he thought that Rue Baby may soon leave him for a rich guy. Fans reacted to MCA Tricky telling him to look for money because Rue Baby may end up finding the love of his life in Dubai provided the guy has money. This follows after Rue Baby and MCA Tricky have been seen in multiple instances whereby they have been serving couple goals together.
Akothee's advice comes a time when most Kenyan ladies are suffering in their marriages due to lack of money hence end up in poverty.
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