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Akothee Reveals how her mzungu went crazy over her dark Luo body

If all singer Akothee reveals on her episodic posts on her social media page are true about her struggles with a white baby daddy, here is how he met him.

According to her posts, the story goes as follows.

I hear them say if you date a white guy or have children with them, you are automatically rich. Well, one of my baby daddies is pure white and doesn’t understand the world of child support. He sees his son at his own convenience.

He actually pockets the monthly payments from the government for the child. I bumped into him in 2008. Tembo Disco, Mombasa. Other times we would bump into each other at the supermarket. He would give me a big smile and look at me till I disappeared. Most the time we met at Nakumatt Nyali as I shopped for my children. So he  asked his fellow mzungu friends if they knew this tall dark crazy Luo with a unique body.

His friends told him they only know the crazy taxi driver who turned Tembo Disco floor on fire, she’s mad on the dance floor that’s all. He found out that I had a restaurant in Shanzu, The Stomp 196 where my main clientele were manambas , taxi drivers and matatu drivers.

One day he invited me for dinner with my kids at Kahama Hotel. We had a good time. He loved to see how I handle my three girls, he said I am a mother he admires so much, so when we hooked up, he never allowed me go out with him in some places like Casuarina or Tembo. He took me to Bob’s to have one drink and leave. I never knew his tricks. I never saw him with a woman. I was very naive.

I didn’t know the games played down here. So we became friends and he invited me to Switzerland. I took my three girls to a boarding school as I didn’t have anyone to leave them with. He felt sooo sweet as we walked down in Basel streets, he introduced me to all his friends and all of them wondered where he collected this beauty.

He would allow me walk in front of him and watch other mzungus go crazy over my beauty. He  treated me like a queen until he boxed me, then he asked me for a baby. Our baby was planned. We both went for HIV tests and decided to have a family. It took two months Pap! and Akothee was paged.

He was happy to be a father at 50. It was getting late. He said he never saw any woman in Mombasa who was serious to carry his baby. All he met were party animals. I believed him as   I never saw him with a woman. Kumbe he had all the beautiful girl’s contacts on his phone. His modus operandi was calling you at home, deal and release you. No contacts. If he met you the next day he ignored you.

Akothee’s palatial home in Rongo
I returned from Switzerland pregnant, only to find my restaurant was no more. My taxi car was also finished. He gave me 100k to repair my car but was not able to revive my restaurant as I already had started feeling sick.

When he came to Kenya the pregnancy was four months and already visible. I was so sick that I could not even walk. I went with him to the hospital but he never wanted to be seen with me. My friend Nancy admitted me in hospital as Markus waited in the car. When asked for details, he said I put her mother’s names and phone number.

Well I was admitted for three days. He never visited me in hospital, he only came the last day to pay bills and we left. At home I did everything as a wife. His friend sent him a massage asking “How is the crazy Luo?” and he answered, “she is a very good cook” at midnight he would leave and come back at 7am in the morning. I could hear him hide the remaining condoms under our bed, because I was in love, I didn’t want to mention it.

I was very weak and hurt and sick, but went on with my job as a taxi driver, he returned to Switzerland where I wanted the baby born, but he sent me an email to abort the baby, and that I should not tell people he is the father.

This shocked me. My baby was already four months, it was not an accident nor forced, it was planned, so I decided to carry my baby, ooh! it was not the pregnancy challenges that made me sick. I was hurting without knowing I had constant headache that no Panadol would relieve.

All through the pregnancy I received no support from him, so I decided to follow him in Switzerland, when I arrived at eight months. He kept telling me “a man cannot fall in love at 50, you have too many children. ” One day I went to visit a friend in Germany and upon returning I received his massage telling me to fly to Africa a he had no family to take care of.

I arrived in Basel SBB railway station at about 6pm. He refused to pick me up and switched off his phone. It was winter. For him to help me take care of the children when I travelled, I have to pay for his flight tickets, give him a car, full tank and at least two house helps. I have been nice to him for the sake of our son, but I think there is more than meets the eye.

I don’t know if he is dating but this are the questions I heard him ask the lawyer when he was told, Kenyan law has changed and if you stay with a woman for more than six months he is your wife…

What do you think?

Written by Kalema Lawrence

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