Singer Akothee is full of wisdom.

The mother of five whose street moniker is Madam Boss, is never afraid of speaking out the truth. She says as it is.

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The award-winning singer in her latest post has talked about fake people.

Akothee madam boss - ‘My burial will be sold out than my shows,’ Akothee
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Akothee says if she was to die today her burial will be totally told out more than her shows. She says most people are never there for her when she needs her.

Today they call me All names AKOTHEE, MADAMBOSS, SIBUOR MADHAKO
When God will take away my breath? my names will change drastically to
BODY, MAITI, CASKET, MWILI. make up or hair will not make sense anymore.
My burial will be sold out than my shows, not for any reasons but because no one will compete with a dead body. most will come to witness if I was really living a real life, or the things I was posting that made them feel jealous were true, no need for roadshow or hype.

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The outspoken mother said that she has learnt one thing, that the worldly materials she owns are nothing and only God is the savior.

The number of people visiting me when I am in hospital or in need can’t be compared to the number of those who want to be with me [when everything is] sugar[y]. after doing all rubbish in my life, I sat down in a corner, looked at life from a distance then the word ‘YOTE NI VANITY’ made some sense. The only person that never changes is MY LIVING GOD.

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She added that;

HE WAS THERE when I had nothing, he has been there when those things were coming, He is still here as I live my dreams. WHO CAN QUESTION GOD? When I was naked, He dressed me, when I was down in the mud He picked me, when I was sick he healed me, when I was hungry He fed me, when I was hopeless He gave me hope, when I hit the walls, He made a crack and I saw another root.

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