Akothee Opens Up About Challenging Dynamics With Her Sister Cebbie Koks
Kenyan musician Esther Akoth, widely known as Akothee, recently shared a heartfelt account of the challenging dynamics between her and her siblings, particularly her younger sister, Cebbie Koks.
In an emotional interview with Presenter Ali on Thursday, June 22, Akothee delved into the hurtful events that transpired.
Akothee spoke fondly of her father, highlighting his unwavering support as her number one fan. She emphasized her role in supporting her family, both emotionally and financially, over the years.
However, when she announced her own wedding plans, it coincided with her sister’s upcoming wedding, which led to conflicting circumstances.
“When I announced my wedding, my younger sister was having a wedding as well. My husband, Dennis Omondi, wanted to bring cows in December, but I told him to wait because we were having another wedding,” Akothee said.
Akothee’s sister, Cebbie Koks, was not happy about this. She felt that Akothee was trying to upstage her wedding, and she spread rumors about Akothee.
“My sister started talking bad about me, saying that I was trying to steal her thunder,” Akothee said. “She even told people that I was not a good person.”
Akothee was hurt by her sister’s words, but she tried to ignore them. She focused on her own wedding, which was a beautiful and happy occasion.
However, the rift between Akothee and her sister has not healed. They are still not speaking to each other, and Akothee is still hurt by what happened.
“I don’t know if we will ever be able to repair our relationship,” Akothee said. “But I hope that one day, we can find a way to forgive each other.”
Akothee’s story is a reminder of the importance of family. Even though Akothee and her sister have had their differences, they are still family. Akothee hopes that one day, they will be able to repair their relationship.
Akothee’s story is also a reminder of the power of words. Cebbie Koks’s words hurt Akothee deeply, and they have had a lasting impact on their relationship. Words can be powerful, and they should be used carefully.
Akothee’s story is a cautionary tale. It shows how easily relationships can be damaged, and how difficult it can be to repair them. If you have a sibling, cherish your relationship. It is a precious gift.