• Akothee said her Mzungu baby daddy sent her packing as he did not want to settle with a wife.

• Akothee who is currently in Switzerland recounted wishing to live in the country at the time when she was expecting her fourth child.

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Singer Akothee has shared how she was badly thrown out by her baby daddy when she was pregnant.

Akothee who is currently in Switzerland recounted wishing to live in the country at the time when she was expecting her fourth child.

Akothee said her Mzungu baby daddy sent her packing as he did not want to settle with a wife.

"I am not perfect, but trust me I am living the life I never imagined existed. Just don't give up, this same Switzerland I am touring now, I was thrown out here 9 months pregnant back in 2008," she wrote.

Akothee added that she even thought of throwing herself on a passing train just to forget about what she was going through at that particular time.

"Go back to Africa I have no energy nor family to take care of a pregnant woman. 'I am not even ready for a wife,' said my baby daddy. I thought of throwing myself on the passing trains, my kids were constantly calling me back in Kenya, especially Vesha, I stayed in the cold in Basel SBB during winter time February to be precise. All restaurants were closing and I was almost left alone for those in Europe you know what it feels at the train stations late hours when trains are shutting down, we the ECHO, since then I disconnected with living in Europe."

Akothee has since made great moves and is living a lavish life.

Date, she is not on good terms with the said baby daddy.

"I don't envy nothing, I come here do my thing, and back to Africa. Good morning sweetie. Always stand up for yourself, no one has your back like you."

In the past, Akothee explained that although many women might have been envious of her “entanglement” with her white man, she was suffering silently.

She related that Papa Ojwang (the white baby daddy) used to come home at 2 am, while sometimes leaving the house as late as 11 pm claiming to be going out for a drink.

But on one night she followed him and found him going to a certain woman’s home in Mtwapa whom he saw almost every night.

Counselors, medics, and psychologists advise that you can always reach out for help when experiencing any mental health issues. Call Kenya Red Cross toll-free hotline, 1199 for support.

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