Akothee blasts haters claiming Omosh is homeless

Akothee, the Kenyan singer and businesswoman, has blasted Kenyans for suggesting that her husband, Omosh, is homeless and broke.

In a series of Instagram stories, Akothee shared videos of herself and Omosh enjoying their time together in an undisclosed location. In one video, Omosh is seen driving Akothee around in a car. “This is the life I have always wanted,” Akothee says in the video. “I don’t want to change anything.”

In another video, Akothee and Omosh are seen shopping at a supermarket. “Should I tell guys, bye-bye and you guys are not seeing me anytime soon? coz I’m so done,” Akothee says.

Later on in her Instagram Live, Akothee addressed the rumors that Omosh is homeless. “Those who say Omosh doesn’t have a house, is that true?” she asks. “Where does he live? Does he live on the street? Is this your house? Or is it mine?”

Akothee then goes on to blast Kenyans for being so quick to judge. “Why are you so nosy? Why can’t you just let us be?” she asks. “Omosh is married now. Where is your house? Do you have a pot like this? That’s why you come here to try to control people’s lives and chase them away.”

Akothee’s outburst comes after she and Omosh were married in a lavish ceremony in Mombasa on June 10. The couple has been together for several years and have one child together.

Akothee is a popular figure in Kenya and has been outspoken about her struggles to make it in the music industry. She has also been a vocal advocate for women’s rights and has spoken out against domestic violence.

Omosh is a popular actor in Kenya and has starred in several TV shows and movies. He is best known for his role in the TV show “Tahidi High.”

The couple’s marriage has been met with mixed reactions from Kenyans. Some have congratulated the couple, while others have expressed their doubts about the relationship.

Akothee has dismissed the naysayers and says that she is happy with her decision to marry Omosh. She says that she is confident that they will have a successful marriage.

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