Once again, artist Akothee has revisited her short-lived marriage to Swiss man Denis Schweizer, which crumbled a few months after a grand wedding.
Addressing the breakup last weekend, Akothee appeared alongside her former manager and ex-boyfriend, Nelly Oaks, revealing that he is the one who still stirs her emotions.
Akothee clarified that the Swiss man, whom she playfully called Mr. Omosh, was never her romantic partner. She explained that the events in April last year weren't a wedding ceremony but a video shoot, where the Swiss man played the role of a representative for the video vixens.
"My head swells when he's around, as you know if you know @nellyoaks. He came to my room; see my suite; oh, the Valentine's gifts arrived too early," shared the Akothee Safaris entrepreneur.
Questions arose about a potential reconciliation with Nelly Oaks, frequently seen with her in seemingly affectionate settings. Akothee didn't hold back in setting the record straight about her past marriage.
"What happened to your Swiss husband whom you married? Are you not together anymore?" inquired a concerned Instagram user, Ella, seemingly unaware of the developments.
"That was a video shoot where he was a video vixen; it's on YouTube," responded Akothee.
Ella wasn't the only one in the dark, as several similar questions surfaced, and Akothee consistently provided clarifications.
"It was a video shoot, not a wedding; you don't have bundles," she responded to another.
Akothee parted ways with Omosh immediately after their honeymoon in Greece, upon discovering certain aspects about him. This occurred just two months after their highly publicized wedding.
"I exited the relationship in June. Usually, I exit my relationships while still in them. During our honeymoon, I discovered some things that I couldn't tolerate. Then he asked me, 'Will you leave me?' I said, 'No, darling, I love you.' When I was leaving Switzerland in July, at the airport, he asked me, 'Will you leave me?' I said, 'No, darling, I love you.' But truthfully, I had already left," recounted Akothee last year.