• Akothee through her Instagram page, asked her fans to always make sure they guard their peace when such things happen.
• In 2020, Akothee blasted her sister Cebbie after she came out saying that the two were okay at a time they were not on good terms.
Controversial singer Akothee has blasted a sibling who has constantly been hurting her. The single mother of five through her Instagram page asked her fans to always make sure they guard their peace when such things happen.
Akothee went ahead to state that she was not going to mention anyone in the post but told them to stay in their lane as they both do not have a thing in common that they share.
"Well, there are those siblings who will constantly hurt you, cause you pain, and feel like nothing happened. Cease & desist. Guard your peace Sijataja mtu #madamboss.
Kila mtu akae kwa mlango yake, aishi maisha yake.(Everyone to stay in their lane and live their life). We are siblings by chance not by choice, but I choose peace any day."
Although Akothee did not mention the sibling she was talking about, her fans speculated her message was directed at her sister Cebbie.
Here are a few comments;
agolaviolet9: 😂😂😂sijui mbona naona nikaa wanaadress cebby."
"eve09393: @agolaviolet9 it's obviously her (Cebbie), you can see her jealous yet she has been riding on akothee fame nani angemjua anyway."
In 2020, Akothee had blasted her sister Cebbie after she came out saying that the two were okay at a time they were not on good terms.
Cebbie in a past interview said that she and her sister only have sibling rivalry which is normal for all kids.
Cebbie also noted that she was always trolled since she is in the limelight. This is after private screenshots of the conversations she had with a friend were leaked.
In the conversation, Cebbie shared details about her sister Akothee and since then, the president of single mothers has been sharing information on how hurt she is.
Akothee responded saying that there is no sibling rivalry, but a cover-up of jealousy.
She urged her followers to treat people the same way they would treat their own mother.
"I wish I had an older sister that could cuddle me and tell me all will be okey , one that would help me sort out my bills when things are thick, one that my children can visit and I feel well , my own kids are good in my moms hands," Akothee wrote in part.