Akothee reveals she is the reason her sister doesn’t want kids

Akothee with her sister (Photo: Instagram/cebbie_koks_nyasego)

Outspoken Kenyan musician Akothee has revealed the reason her sister, Cebbie, is still childless and not planing to have children in the future.

Having five beautiful children is admirable but according to Madam Boss, the scare comes when you have to deal with baby daddy drama.

Cebbie, would rather remain childless than deal with the theatrics that comes with men when they decide to leave.

In a lengthy Instagram post, Akothee narrated how her sister accompanied her to court to and witness all the drama her baby daddies put her through and decided not to go through the same.

I might have killed my sisters dream of having children (Photo: Instagram/cebbie_koks_nyasego)

“I might have killed my sister's dream of having children, with all my baby daddy’s shenanigans when she accompanied me to court and saw all the lubbish that was going on, she said she doesn't have that energy. Its sadness, saddening and humiliating "No babies from me " @cebbie_koks_nyasego says she doesn't see herself having children,” she said.

The Lotto singer went on to beg her fans to intervene and urge her sister to consider her decision as their mother needed more grandchildren assuring her that all will be well.

“Someone tell @cebbie_koks_nyasego my mum needs a grandchild. it will be okay love you sisi @cebbie_koks_nyasego we mince baby daddies into mashakura and life continues. Call me on #callpoliceoffice. If baby daddy leaves and go around to start a new life you also leave with your children and go around and start a new life from a second step, He is not your blood to stick to him, you stick to your children, your husband will come,” she concluded.

Madam Boss (Photo: Instagram/akotheekenya)

Akothee has never shied away from talking about her personal life, her children and most especially her baby daddies.

The Muje singer who wished all her baby daddies a happy father’s day says they are in her past but they have played a role in helping her learn and becoming the person she is now.