He is not Pakistani: Akothee addresses husband Omosh’s nationality
Celebrated Kenyan singer and entrepreneur, Akothee, has taken to Facebook Live to respond to the ongoing drama surrounding her marriage with Swiss husband, Denis Schweizer, famously known as Omosh.
Amidst swirling rumours and speculations about the state of their relationship, Akothee provided clarity and shared her perspective on the matter.
Akothee, who had recently hinted at the possible end of her marriage, aimed to debunk some of the misconceptions and address the rumours surrounding her husband, Omosh.
During her candid Facebook Live session, she shared:
“People are saying Omosh is coming from Pakistan. He is a Swiss, and his brothers live in Pakistan. Some of you don’t even have passports or even Huduma numbers to start hating.”
In addition to setting the record straight about her husband’s nationality and family ties, Akothee took the opportunity to impart some life advice, particularly to women.
She urged them to respect themselves by choosing to have one partner and emphasised the importance of self-worth and dignity.
Akothee made it clear that she would never be afraid to start over again in life, asserting:
“Ladies have lost it. Some of you don’t have a life. You take it as an offense that I am living large, but I’m not living my life to be your role model. As a woman, where is your dignity? Some of these women have so many men, and they are even afraid of announcing it was the end. Even if this wedding ends, I will still do another wedding. I am the one who can dump me. Who dares leave a rich and independent woman like Akothee? Stop scrutinising things I have not said.”
Turning her attention to men, Akothee shared her perspective on relationships and independence.
She advised men to pursue relationships with financially independent women, highlighting the sweetness of dating someone who has their life together.
She stressed that this is a reality many people may be hesitant to accept.
Addressing the speculation that she might have been the one dumped in her relationship, Akothee maintained a pragmatic outlook, stating:
“Even if I was dumped, what is the issue? In every relationship, there is dumping, and now you are saying, so? How many have dumped you? Stop being a narcissist here. I cannot take care of your insecurities. Where were you taken for which honeymoon? I bought my gown and paid for the ticket. You are still waiting for people to contribute to your wedding. To me, a wedding is like a celebration like any other party.”
Akothee said she would still shine in her next wedding.
“My other wedding will be bigger than the previous one.”