Akothee has finally responded to lawyer Miguna Miguna who said he hoped the singer has a prenup.
According to Wikipedia a "Preup, is a written contract entered into by a couple prior to marriage or a civil union that enables them to select and control many of the legal rights they acquire upon marrying, and what happens when their marriage eventually ends by death or divorce."
In a tweet, Miguna was responding to one Francis Muli, who said he had not found any details about Akothee's husband.
"I've been looking all over for information about Akothee's husband Denis Schweizer. There's nothing to be found.
"No education, no family, and no online footprints. Just a 'mysterious' guy now serving as the chairman of Akothee Foundation."
Miguna referred to it as a red flag. "A bright red flag. I hope she has a prenup and a will. Wishing her well."
Akothee has now warned Miguna.
"Someone tell Miguna Miguna this is not politics. And he should tell me his net worth before he attacks my husband," inclusivity deficiency."
Akothee and Omosh walked down the aisle on Easter Monday at a garden wedding held at the Windsor Golf and Country Club.
While Akothee wore her popularly publicized Ksh 700K white gown, her husband wore a white Achkan also known as Sherwani.
The white-themed event saw guests come out rocking elegant attires with a touch of gold. The invite had clear instructions for the guests not to wear white.
Akothee left the Boma hotel where she had been staying for the night with her bridal team. She was transported to Windsor via a convertible car.
At the venue, Akothee graced the event using a chariot. On the other hand, her husband Omosh graced the event riding on a horse.
The ceremony was star-studded and was graced by politicians, influencers, and media personalities.
The singer's bridal team was comprised of Lang'ata MP Phelix 'Jalang'o' Odiwuor, Milly Wa Jesus and her husband Kabi Wa Jesus, and Azziad Nasenya among others.
Celebrities in attendance include Karen Nyamu, Diana Marua, Bahati, Terence Creative, Milly Chebby, Lillian Muli, Janet Mbugua, Alex Mwakideu, Njugush, Sandra Dacha, PLO Lumumba, Dr Ofweneke, Lupita Nyo'ng'o's mother among many others.