Akothe is a Kenyan singer and business woman who is famous for her wonderful afro-beat songs with her captivating sultry dance moves. She is among the top wealthiest celebrities in Kenya. Akoth has built her brand through collabos with Africa-International artists like Diamond Platinum and Flavor from West Africa.
She joined Nyabisawa Girs Secondary School but later dropped out one year later in form two before her high school completion. According to sources, this was after she fell in love with a man who was schooling in the neighboring school. She relocated to her mother-in-law’s house at Awendo, Migori County where she worked as a house girl.
Yesterday Akothe posted on her Instagram official page her photoshopped photo with a caption saying that she is taking break from social media since she is tired. The reason behind her giving up is the photoshop industry in kenya which keeps making her dirty photos.
This post brought up her followers reactions most of them asking these people to stop jocking since they are not ready to loose her. My followers how do you see this, should Akothe take a break or she should keep fighting.
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