Nairobi woman rep Esther Pasaris has come out to defend controversial singer Akothee following her weekend performance that was castigated by some of her critics.
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On Thursday, during an interview with KTN News, Esther defended Akothee, saying that critics went over the top with the comments that they made concerning the ‘lotto’ hit-maker’s show on Sunday.
they went over the top with the comments that they made on akothee’s show.there were so many insults including demonic
Passaris said the show was entertaining and critics should stop frustrating the artiste. She said they should instead support local talent.
that was a show that was entertaining. i saw the women at the front there being entertained.
this country is so frustrating, it’s good to go out and celebrate our own
I’m busy securing my parents’ future so don’t distract me – Akothee
The mother of two urged Kenyans to stop pressuring women and artistes in general. She said society should not dictate how one is supposed to live with the perception that they are role models who influence the youth.
we cannot say that akothee you are a role model,that you influence a lot of people and that you should live this way, you should teach our children this.
it is not akothee’s duty to teach our children, it’s our obligation as parents to teach our children
The 52-year-old woman rep noted that Akothee’s performance was not only entertaining but also a source of income for many.
her show, for the people that went there was entertaining, and was income for the people that work for her and the hotel.
She also added that critics owe the ‘Abebo’ hitmaker an apology because she was doing her work and displaying her art.
THAT IS ENTERTAINMENT. THAT IS HER PROFESSION AND HER BUSINESS. CRITICS OWE HER AN APOLOGY FOR INSULTING AND CALLING HER DEMONIC
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