Kenyan songbird and businesswoman Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee has expressed her frustrations arguing that celebrities are celebrated more when they are dead than when they are alive.
In a long post, the Yuko Moyoni songstress stressed out that nobody should come to her funeral expecting special services since they never paid for VVIP tickets or showed up to her concerts.
“A CELEBRITY IS CELEBRATED MORE WHEN DEAD! THAN ALIVE, SAD Let nobody come to my funeral expecting special services, You never paid for a VVIP nor showed up on my concerts, and When I am dead, now you want to be recognized as one of Akothee’s supporters, IDIOT. DONT COME,” read part of the post.
She went on to disclose that she had already instructed her family that if she dies before them, they should take her body to Rakwaro Primary School so that her loyal fans can see her one last time.
“I have instructed my family that, in an event that I die before them, my body will be viewed at Rakwaro primary school, so my loyal fans can see me it has a huge space,” she added.
She mentioned that none of her former lovers would fight for her lifeless body as everything has already been sorted.
She went on to mention that if anyone will want to eat at her funeral, they will have to carry their own packed lunch and no one should frustrate her family with special treatment since they never paid for it when she was alive.
“Stick to your lane IDIOT! My family are not celebrities, they are not the richest female Artist Akothee, Akothee has died with the show, come, mourn, bring gifts, money, and presents, and leave in peace,” she stressed out.
Her sentiments come a day after she called Kenyans to discredit reports on social media that claimed that the queen of Ohangla Lady Maureen had passed away.
This was after reports emerged that Lady Maureen had died only for reports to emerge that it was another singer by the name Maureen Nyar Awendo who had passed away.