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Akothee Finally Comes to Bahati’s Rescue After Reports of Victor Wanyama Impregnating Diana Marua and Siring a Child with Her

by Paul Nyongesa
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Award-winning Kenyan singer Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee, has taken a stand against the online trolling and cyberbullying directed at musician Bahati and his family.

Akothee’s intervention comes after Bahati and his family were targeted by unknown individuals who photoshopped other celebrities into their family portrait.

In a strongly-worded message, Akothee urged netizens to cease their abusive behavior towards Bahati and his family, emphasizing the importance of considering the impact on the children involved.

She expressed concern about the erosion of empathy, respect, and self-discipline in the age of social media, lamenting the society’s tendency to unfairly portray women in a discriminatory light.

 

Akothee challenged those engaging in cyberbullying to empathize with Bahati’s situation and consider how they would feel if subjected to similar insults and harassment.

She underscored the far-reaching consequences of such actions, including the potential for the same bullying tactics to be employed against innocent children in schools.

As a fellow celebrity, Akothee explained that sharing family photos on social media serves multiple purposes: as album content, as motivation for others, and as entertainment.

She stressed the need to take the well-being of families and children seriously and not take their exposure for granted.

Akothee strongly advised Bahati to take legal action against those responsible for spreading false information about his family on social media.

She criticized the entitlement and sadistic behavior of internet users who seem to derive pleasure from causing pain to others.

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