Abebo hit maker Esther Akoth aka Akothee has decided to engage Nairobi women representative Esther Passaris after she questioned why she was trending across social media platforms.
Akothee’s response to Esther Passaris after asking why she was trending
"There is no law that stops Akothee from doing what she did"
On Monday, Passaris through her Official Facebook page, opted to inquire from Netizens why the Self-declared President of single mothers had become a topic of discussion.
“What did Akothee do” asked Esther Passaris.
In a rejoinder, Akothee reached out to the women Rep, stating that women should be given enough freedom to do what they feel like (in reference to her Mombasa show).
Stop Judging women
Adding that, all men judging women in the society should consider a proper analysis of all the Deadbeat Dad’s before pointing fingers at single mothers.
“My woman @esthermpassaris women need freedom period , men will not tell us what to do , yet they don't tell us how to live a 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.
On Thursday, while appearing on KTN, Passaris explained that there is no law that stops what Akothee did on stage while in Mombasa.
For the better part of this week, Akothee has been the talk of town following her raunchy performance in Mombasa over the weekend.
Photos shared on social media, showed Akothee who was dressed in a leotard performing with two of her female dancers pulling her legs apart.
The act prompted social media users to create memes using her pictures while others expressed their disappointment in how she conducted herself, in a show that her parents had also attended.
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