Akothee Promises To ‘Dismantle’ Radio Jambo Presenter Massawe Japanni Over Daughter Interview Gone Wrong

Akothee Promises To ‘Dismantle’ Radio Jambo Presenter Massawe Japanni Over Daughter Interview Gone Wrong

Controversial artist Esther Akoth alias Akothee has promised to ‘handle’ Radio Jambo presenter Massawe Japanni for asking her daughter ‘personal’ questions about her (akothee0 during an interview.

The presenter is said to have asked Akothee’s daughter, Vesha, whether she is ashamed of her mother and what she does.

A furious Akothee read malice and jealousy from the questions, demanding to get a detailed report and an apology from Ms Japanni.

” I will put her in her place and she will serve as an example to the rest of fake presenters , rubbish .pretender ,fake ,jealous , shameless mannerless of a mother . Masawa I am coming for an explanation,and I want you to give me a full detailed report of how your family is doing right now.I demand an interview in your home and how you live your life together with your husband (sic),” posted Akothee.

Akothee Promises To 'Dismantle' Radio Jambo Presenter Massawe Japanni Over Daughter Interview Gone Wrong Akothee-rants Massawe Japanni Akothee
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Madam boss, as she famously known, asked media personalities to keep off the past of her children, since they were somehow heartbroken for being raised by a single mother.

” Leave my children’s past out of your dirty mouth, they have never healed from being raised by a single mother, I sold my soul to bring them up the way they are , some people who went through this have never forgiven their parents( sad) , I thank God that my children forgave us,” she said in a separate post.

“I am happy that your children wake up and can call mummy and daddy , they can see both of you cuddle and it provides a sense of security 💪 be happy while it lasts .You have never felt the pain of rejection and divorce . So leave us alone,” added Akothee.

Madam Correspondent

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