"Let nobody come to my funeral expecting special treatment," says Akothee
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Kenyan singer Esther Akoth, famously known as Akothee has already informed her family on what they should do when she dies.
The president of single mothers also passed a message to people who don't support celebrities when alive but wait for their death so that they can be recognized as his supporters.
On her Instagram account, the Kenyan singer said that nobody should come to her funeral expecting special treatment.
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"A celebrity is celebrated more when dead! Than alive, sad😭😭😭. Let nobody come to my funeral expecting special treatment," said Esther.
The mother of five then said that no one should come to frustrate her family.
"You never paid for VVIP nor showed up in my concerts, and when I'm dead now you want to be recognized as one of Akothees supporters. Do not come. I have instructed my family that, in an event that I die before them, my body will be viewed at Rakwaro primary school, so my loyal fans could see me. It has a huge space. None of my exes will fight for my body, it is all sorted." Said Akothee
The president of single mothers then told those who came for food in her funeral should carry their packed lunch.
"Definitely, I won't be buried in Europe, Rongo Nyale but Jakamagambo Rakwaro Kacha, if you want to eat in my funeral🙆♀️, please carry your packed lunch🙏🏾. Don't come to frustrate my family with VVIP. You never paid for it when I was alive, stick to your lane! My family are not celebrities, they are not the richest female Artist Akothee, Akothee has died with the show, come, mourn, bring gifts, money and presents, and leave in peace🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾." Said Akothee.
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