The controversial kenyan, Singer Akothee have gotten for herself a new firebrand supporter in her corner, Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris.
In an interview, Passaris took on KFCB boss Ezekiel Mutua over his comments targeted at the Lotto hit maker over her viral Watamu photos.
Passaris told Mutua that Akothee was an inspiration to many and deserves an apology from KFCB.
“You owe Akothee an apology because you insulted her & called her demonic. She didn’t do it in a school compound or perform for underage children,” said Passaris.
Pleased, Akothee posted via Instagram that men should keep off their lives and instead focus on instilling responsibility on dead beat fathers.
“My woman Passaris women need freedom period, men will not tell us what to do, yet they don’t tell us how to live after we dumped, they should first sermon all the dead beats fathers before they point fingers to responsible single mothers living their lives,” wrote Akothee.
Following her performance at Papa Remo Beach Party, Mutua issued a strongly worded statement condemning the singer for her antics on stage.
“Akothee is talented but the filthy and stupid stunts she has to pull to remain relevant should concern all of us…
“People like Akothee cannot be the role models for our daughters. Music doesn’t have to be dirty to sell. How I wish artists like Akothee would know how much influence they have on our youths and try to use that influence to produce content that is edifying,” read Mutua’s statement in part.
He response was quick.
“Who is Ezekiel Mutua? Nonsense! Where is the media when I want to promote my music? You only look for me when negative publicity follows me. Nonsense!” Akothee said.