Akothee Angry Reacts Days After Omosh’s Departure, Saying ‘You Will Rot in Jail if You Dare Call Me mrs Schweizer

In a recent live session broadcast on her Facebook account, Akothee, a well-known Kenyan singer celebrated for her unapologetic nature, sternly warned against false associations between her and her Swiss husband, Denis Schweizer.

Unperturbed by the ongoing rumors about her personal life, she boldly announced her intention to take legal action against anyone responsible for spreading unfounded allegations.

In the course of this session, Akothee, a mother of five, directly addressed questions from her followers about her relationship with Denis Schweizer. She faced these inquiries with unwavering resolve.

She declared firmly, “If you dare to refer to me as Schweizer, I will not hesitate to file a defamation lawsuit against you,” putting an end to the false associations with great conviction.

Furthermore, Akothee responded to the concerns expressed by her fans regarding her manager, Nelly Oaks, whom she affectionately called “babe.” She clarified her appreciation for specific qualities in Nelly Oaks, emphasizing that her personal life is a private matter and should not be subjected to public scrutiny.

The singer made it abundantly clear that she prefers to keep her private matters away from the realm of social media and is resolute in resisting the “slay queen” label often attached to public figures.

In addition to her strong stance against rumors, Akothee opened up about her vulnerability and shared a recent harrowing experience. She candidly revealed her emotional struggles, recounting days marked by a lack of food and sleep, as well as her doubts about her ability to manage her public image, family, and business.

She explained, “I began by examining my own behavior. I realized that I was breaking down frequently without apparent cause, even during simple interviews. I had become emotionally unstable, and I couldn’t identify the root cause. It was only after I started therapy that I recognized the signs of emotional abuse,” Akothee shared.

Akothee expressed her deep gratitude to her close friends, family, especially her children, and her best friend, Nelly Oaks, for their unwavering support during this challenging period.