Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) chairman Ezekiel Mutua will not apologize to Akothee for tearing her apart over her explicit onstage performance.
Nairobi Women Representative Esther Passaris has defended the singer who has been in host soup since last week saying that Akothee is allowed to do it because she did it in the right vicinity. Passaris asked Mutua to apologize.
@AkotheeKenya an apology because you insulted her & called her demonic. She didn’t do it in a school compound or perform for underage children,” she said.
Mutua on the other hand, said what Akothee did was too much and he’s even shocked that leaders think it’s okay.
“It’s cheap, immoral and demeaning for a grown woman to expose her private parts in public or gyrate for men in the name of entertainment. How sad that even our national leaders think it’s funny,” he said.
Not when it's in public. It's the duty of the Government to regulate human behavior in public places. Our law is called FILMS and STAGE PLAYS ACT!
— Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, MBS (@EzekielMutua) February 21, 2019
Akothee has been ranting for the better part of the week since the condemning started, trying to justify her actions. According to the singer, she’ll do everything to ensure that she gets paid and is living the life.
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