Singer Esther Akoth aka Akothee has warned critics who are always ready to analyse her lifestyle yet they can’t even afford to sponsor their own.

The Abebo maker advised that people should stop taking loans to finance their lifestyles, in order to look rich in the public eye.

She also mentioned that some people were just born negative and not matter what you do, they will always find something to criticize.

Akothee (Courtesy)

“Some people were born naturally negative , they will say No 10 times and finally accept facts the 11th time, they see problems in each and every solution , You dont have to catch feelings on each and every post I make, Imagine I dont even know you or want to know who you are what you have and what not! , maybe you are reading my English in your mother tongue, kama hayakusu mbona yakuumize? comment rubbish at your own cost, na kama nimekukosea, nasema na nirarudia unikomee#naturalbae. Young girls will not be swayed with lifestyles as I watch, si you said I be the role model , now I have come to model your girls byforce , to stop taking loans to fund a lifestyle other that Business , if you aint affected or infected comment rubbish and eat BLOCK NOW” wrote Akothee.

Recently, the Self-proclaimed president of single mothers rudely responded to a fan, after commenting on one of her posts.

Akothee and her daughters 2 (Instagram)

Daughters

Trouble started for the innocent fan going by the name Eugene Kipchumba after he asked the mother of five what lessons were her daughters learning from a caption she put on a video wishing her fans a Merry Christmas.

“What lessons are your girls learning from your sentiments???” asked Eugene

Akothee who could not let it go without a response then said her daughters were learning the same lessons the fan was learning from her Instagram page.

Akothee (Instagram)

She added that Eugene should go back to his mother’s page and learn her sentiments too.

“@eugenekipchumba the same lessons you learning by sticking on this page, go to your mother’s page and learn her sentiments too,” said Akothee.