The sudden disappearance of Denis Schweizer’s social media accounts has left Kenyans perplexed, fueling rumors that he and Akothee might no longer be together.
The Swedish man, affectionately known as Omosh by his Kenyan wife, had amassed a significant following on Instagram, boasting 72.8k followers before his account vanished.
Reports suggest that his Facebook account is also unavailable, raising questions about whether the accounts were deactivated or permanently deleted.
The missing profiles featured images from his wedding with Akothee, a lavish event held in April at the Windsor Hotel.
Akothee, the renowned Kenyan singer-turned-entrepreneur, has yet to address these rumors publicly. However, she recently shared a heartfelt post detailing her struggles and the emotional turmoil she endured in recent months.
In her candid revelation, Akothee disclosed that she has been undergoing therapy and healing in private, following a challenging period in her life.
She opened up about the deep emotional distress she experienced, recounting moments when she went without food and sleep, grappling with her emotions.
“I have come out of a very dangerous zone, and I have been healing in private,” Akothee wrote, describing her journey through therapy. “The trauma I went through after finding out the truth and some ugly stuff left me shaking.” She acknowledged the immense support she received from her ex-manager, Nelly Okas, her children, and a few close friends during this difficult time.
Akothee specifically thanked Nelly Oaks for his unwavering support, mentioning how he continuously checked on her and provided comfort.
Despite her brave facade, Akothee revealed that she often pretended everything was fine while battling her inner demons.
She expressed gratitude for the love and care shown by her children, especially her daughters, who went to great lengths to ensure her well-being. Rue, one of her daughters, even traveled to Europe to be by her side, offering constant support and care until she could stand on her own feet again.
Additionally, Akothee shared the financial strain she faced due to therapy expenses, mentioning that each session cost KSh 50,000. Despite the challenges, she remained resilient and determined to overcome her struggles.