Self-proclaimed President of single mothers, Esther Akoth aka Akothee has stated that her baby daddy shenanigans scared her younger Sister Cebbie Nyasego from having children.
Akothee reveals why younger sister Cebbie has refused to have children
"No babies for me"
The Muje hit maker made the statement, appealing to her sister to reconsider her decision in order to give her family more grandchildren.
According to Madam Boss, Cebbie has witnessed all her struggles, when in court fighting for the custody of her son, hence being discouraged to have kids of her own.
Baby Daddy drama
“I might have killed my sisters dream of having children, with all my baby daddys shenanigans, when she accompanied me to court and so all the lubbish that was going on, she said she doesn't have that energy, its sadness, saddening and humiliating "No babies from me " @cebbie_koks_nyasego says she doesn't see herself having children, someone tell @cebbie_koks_nyasego my mum needs a grandchild , it will be okay love you sisi @cebbie_koks_nyasegowe mince baby dadies into mashakura and life continues, call me on #callpoliceoofice,” Akothee said.
However, she pointed out that in case the baby daddy disappears, she should not be afraid of starting a new life, without him.
“If baby daddy leaves and go around to start a new life, you also leave with your children and go around and start a new life from a second step, He is not your blood to stick to him, you stick to your children, and your husband will come” added Akothee.
The mother of five, got her first born daughter at the age of 14, after getting married to Mr Okello. She gave birth to her second born at 15 and third born at 16, but unfortunately in 2000 their relationship went south and they had to go separate ways.
Her second born daughter later succumbed to illness because the popular songstress could not raise enough money to take her to hospital. She got her fourth born in the same relationship in 2000.
She also got two boys with separate Baby Daddy's (Wazungu).
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