Akothee reveals how her father-in-law beat her after finding out she was living with his son
Akothee has been through a lot.
Akothee has been open about the battles she has faced with her baby daddies as well as the hardships she has endured in raising her five kids while still building her empire.
Her most recent revelation was nothing different as she reminisced on how one of her daughters was conceived and the difficulties that surrounded her during that time.
“You know, I have never told you that you were conceived while I was in the wilderness not knowing my beginning or my end. Your grandparents had chased me away with your two sisters and I had to go back to my parents. My mum was very eager to see me graduate like my age mates even though I was already a mother of 3 years old , so she took me back to school. Life was not easy ,” she wrote on her Instagram page.
She went on to reveal how she felt embarrassed at the fact that she had gotten pregnant again especially after moving back in with her parents seeing that her and her baby’s father were still in school.
“Your father was still in love with me and visited me in my small mabati house in Asego Kanyada as I was a day scholar. I was so attached to my children that boarding school was a no for me! I remember him buying me a stove so that it would be easy and faster for me to prepare my breakfast and not get late for school. Your father was a student too so he only shared with me what he had.
Most of the support I got from my grandmother & my parents. See what the stove brought on board! After the stove, the following month was a no-go school. Apudo makadia was created! I was so confused. It was another embarrassing moment for me & my parents. I didn’t know what to do & where to go with this pregnancy but you know what, I decided to take it to the owner.”
Things however did not go as planned when she moved in with her husband and her father-in-law.
“When my father in law learnt that am back in his son’s simba, he came and attacked us in the middle of the night EEEE we just heard someone break our mabati door. We were beaten to death both me and your father.”
After the failed attempt of playing house at her in-law’s, Akothee ended up sleeping on the streets.
“I slept on the streets. If I can remember, well I don't know where your dad ran too. I will call him & ask him today.”
After an intervention from members of the community, Akothee was eventually allowed to stay with her husband.
“The beating was so bad because it alarmed the entire community that a girl child is under siege so when they came to solve the matter, I was allowed to stay with my husband. We kept it secret until we settled down. They didn’t know I came back because their son followed me in school and did it again.”
Despite the struggles that she went through, the end result was worth it as Akothee concluded her message with a birthday wish to her “stove baby”.
"Happy Birthday my queen. See yourself now. Please help me wish my miracles baby a happy birthday. Jared Roger That. @fancy_makadia She is the father’s copy. Quiet and Composed. The most disciplined girl. I love you my stove baby."
Akothee's daughter turned 18 years old.
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