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Akothee’s TikTok account ‘suspended’ over feud with Pilot Nyako

The social media feud between content creators Akothee and Pilot Nyako has escalated to new heights as Akothee claims her TikTok account has been suspended.

The rift between the two personalities began when Nyako posted a video laden with insults, challenging Akothee to a verbal showdown on the popular social media platform.

Nyako alleges that she stumbled upon videos of Akothee indirectly throwing shade at her, sparking the online altercation. In a fiery video, Nyako went to great lengths, using unprintable words to address Akothee personally.

Undeterred by the suspension, Akothee expressed her determination to remain active on social media platforms.

“I will not be stopped by anyone to be on any social media page.”

Akothee shared her perspective on TikTok, explaining her initial reluctance to join the platform due to its time-consuming nature and the prevalence of noise and conflicts.

In a detailed account of her TikTok journey, Akothee shared that she lost three accounts with over 100k followers due to challenges in managing the platform.

Despite these setbacks, Akothee said her brand manager, Nellyoaks, encouraged her to embrace TikTok, citing her significant following and engagement on the platform.

However, Akothee’s venture into TikTok has not been without controversy.

She revealed that both her account and Nellyoaks’ account were reported and subsequently suspended, attributing the actions to jealousy and insecurity.

“I don’t know if I was to seek permission to join my own life with my phone with my fans or Is this some big jokes. Kwani who owns this App? Ama watu wako na shares tujue tunanunue ngapi. The jealousy became uncontrollable, people sent me videos of me being warned not to join TikTok and that I should stick to Facebook and Instagram. Just for your information Both my Account and nellyoaks account were reported and suspended. That’s how bad jealousy & insecurity can go.”

Akothee expressed frustration at the apparent attempt to stifle her presence on social media, emphasizing her commitment to using these platforms for entertainment, education, and moments of fun.

“I am on social media for Entertainment, education, and fun moments. I don’t need to ask for permission to be on any platform.”

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