After being questioned about her second wedding arrangements with her mzungu spouse Denis "Omosh" Schweizer, which was due to take place in Switzerland, musician and entrepreneur Esther Akoth aka Akothee appeared agitated.
A follower commented on one of her postings and inquired about the wedding arrangements she had previously revealed will occur in July.
"Madam Boss, we have not forgotten your big wedding, when is it?"
The mother of five responded in jest, claiming that she and her husband had split up right away following their April 10 wedding in Nairobi.
The artist, 43, also urged the online user to concentrate on her own life and proceed.
"We broke up on the 11th of April, now pick up your life and move on," she replied.
Akothee announced last month that they would hold a second wedding in Switzerland in July following their first wedding in April.
Akothee stated in her announcement that she will be travelling to Switzerland for the second wedding with her full bridal party.
When the second event was being planned, the mother of five children revealed 17 names, including those of her three daughters Vesha Okello, Rue Baby, and Fancy Makadia.
The Lang'ata Jalang'o MP, Kabi, Milly Wajesus, Mimi, Janet Otieno, Nina Ajigo, Fiona Morema, Lulu, Mokeira Onchiri, Evander Holyfield, and Beatrice Schnelli Okello are some of the others.
Akothee made it clear that her two sons, Prince Ojwang and Prince Oyoo, who reside in France, could not attend the April 10 wedding because of the rules of their school but hinted that the two would witness a second ceremony scheduled to take place in Switzerland on July 10 in a press conference after welcoming her daughter Fancy Makadia to the nation.
"Welcome to Prudence Vanpelt, Akothee's daughter. Don't bring propaganda and family politics to my wedding.
The only people who will miss my wedding are my two sons who will not make it because of school rules, but they will witness which is scheduled to take place on July 10. All year Akothee is getting married," she said.