Akothee is 40 years old right now. The mother of 5 has lived such a dramatic and captivating life over the years that it would surely make a great movie were someone to make it.
The singer, businesswoman, philanthropist and social leader always seems to reveal a cool and interesting antidote about herself week in week out.
This past week wasn’t any different as the “Rollam” singer took her fans down memory lane where she described her tough relationship with her first white baby daddy.
Esther (the singer’s real names) explained that although many women might have been envious about her “entanglement” with a white man, she was suffering silently.
She revealed that at one time during her relationship with the mzungu baby daddy that she was six months pregnant and the father of her child was rarely at home.
She related that Papa Ojwang (the white baby daddy) used to come home at 2am, while sometimes leaving the house as late as 11pm claiming to be going out for a drink. But on one night she followed him and found him going to a certain woman’s home in Mtwapa whom he saw almost every night.
“Women were jealous of me after I snatched papa Ojwang, ,They never knew the sleepless empty nights I had, I was craving for him to even hold my hands while going shopping at the then Nakumat mmm, my baby would walk 10 Meters away from, the father of my son was never at home ,He was coming home @2.00 am ,even after I struggled to Cook for him and gave him some JB 🙄😭😭😭, the niga would still leave at 11.00 pm saying he is going for a drink at Safari in ,he will come back ,my niga ended up in kasorina ,and came back home at 2.00 am, one day, I decided to follow his car ,( he was driving my car ,which I gave him ) upon arriving in mtwapa, he packed the car in vichochoro ,I could not figure out which house he went into ,I suppose it was one girl he always talked about ,her Name was” Amore ” but they were several so I don’t know who 🙄 , I lost hope and went back home as it was scary to just pack there yet I was 6 months pregnant,🙄,” said Akothee.
When the mzungu baby daddy returned home at 5 in the morning, he hid something under the mattress, which the singer found out was condoms.
According to Akothee, she could not do anything because she did not have the strength and was afraid of losing him because she was in love. All she could do was cry.
She concluded that after her experiences she had stopped chasing a man for love and used that energy to “fight for rice in funerals and weddings”