Unachokipigania hukijui kitakuramba! Jaguar fires back at Akothee
The seems to no end in sight in beef between musician-turned-politician Charles Njagua Kanyi alias Jaguar and Kenyan songbird Akothee.
In the last few days, the two have been going at each other social media, in a tiff that is about who between them is wealthier.
Jaguar started the whole fiasco last week when he dismissed the 2023 Forbes listing that ranked Akothee as the richest Kenyan artiste with a net worth of $7.6 million. Akothee was also placed the 4th richest artiste in East Africa.
On the other hand, Jaguar who is said to have an estimated net worth of $7 million, and was placed second to Akothee in Kenya and 7th in East Africa.
In their latest back and forth, Jaguar posted a photo of himself laughing with the caption: “Unachokipigania hukijui kitakuramba.”
The Kula Ngoma na Mama Oyoo hitmaker has in the past responded to Jaguar asking him to be humble and refrain from bragging with taxpayers’ money.
Calling out the Kigeugeu saying he does not have an identity, Akothee said Jaguar’s music career was fading and his relevance was only brought to light through his appointment as the Chief Administrative Secretary in the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports and the Arts.
“You do not have an identity or self-esteem, you have not reached self-actualization,” Akothee ranted.
She also questioned the former Starehe MP’s qualifications for holding a parliamentary seat, while suggesting that many politicians would fail if positions were based on exams.
Not done, the agitated Akothee also hit at Jaguar’s recent statement that he had rallied his friends to support struggling Kenyan artiste Colonel Mustafa. To her, real philanthropy should be felt both on and off the camera.
The mother of five warned anyone with fewer than 3.5 million followers on social media against mentioning her name for clout. She said only Eric Omondi is worthy of mentioning her in the Kenyan entertainment industry.
Akothee further stated that she does not desire any government job since she considers herself a government entity.