Akothee has revealed something deep in her life she has left her fans shocked.
She opens up about a moment where at one point in her life, she threatened her mother that she would commit suicide.
The single mother of five, narrated how one day she was sent to grind maize at a posho mill but never returned home.
She left the maize at the posho mill to meet her crush, the father of her 3 daughters. The following day, she went to her grandmother’s house, where Akothee’s mother went to pick her and she threatened to commit suicide if she beat her.
Her post read:
I LEFT MY MAIZE AT THE POSHO MILL, RAN TO SEE MY CRUSH BABA VESHA , THEN I FORGOT TO COME HOME, SO I EXTENDED THE NIGHT AND WENT TO GRANDMA THE NEXT DAY 😂, BECAUSE MY GRANDFATHER WOULD ALWAYS PROTECT ME , THEN, WHEN MY MUM CAME TO PICK ME I KNEW IT WAS MESSED UP , SO I THREATENED HER THAT I WOULD COMMIT SUICIDE IF SHE TRY TO BEAT ME UP, 🤣😂😂, I WONDER WHY LIFE BEAT ME UP AND I HAVEN’T KILLED MYSELF 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂
Akothee, who’s currently in Turkana invited her fans to share their crazy stories after they were sent to the posho mill.
Tell me one crazy thing you did on your way to posho mill
Her fans are very loyal and were quick to fill her in their crazy love life stories.
Jaber Nyar: I once left my sack of mahindi kwa posho mill just to escort my boyfriend coz the line was long and I was to be back before my turn. By the time I was coming back, it was already dark and I found the place was already closed. I had 100 bob that my boyfriend had gifted me, so I decided to buy the packaged maize floor so that I can say that the lights went out before I made it to grind. Long story short I was beaten. That is how I didn’t even get that chance of lying and walking away without a beating😂😂😂. So called life. Mia moja yangu hata ningejua ningekulia kaimati nishibe nikipigwa nijue tumbo limejaa😂😂😂
Moffat W Jackson They stopped sending me to the posho mill when they realized that i usually don’t pay but I tell the guy,”wamesema uchote.”so that i could pocket the cash
Moffat W Jackson So in 1999 kulikuwa na njaa like in the whole country, in luhya we used to call it,”sava lulala,” meaning nawa mara moja since you could only eat one meal a day,so my uncle and i couldn’t take it, we used to wait for nightfall then hide in corners and scare children away and take their flour as they run…but i repented once the drought ended.
Brian Olima 😂 poshomill manenos. We had a poshomill and every evening I could siaga for this village girl for free thinking I’ll win her ♥. Hata mapenzi haikupita centimeter moja
Aphines Wafula I used to eat raw dried maize meant for flour on my way to the posho mill.So when I came back the flour is reduced.My mum then started comparing if my brother go to posh mill no reduction but when I was send it was reduced automatically.That’s how I was exempted from going to the posho mill.
Akothee is now making headlines after helping out her fellow brothers and sister in Turkana who are dying of starvation.