Celebrities console Akothee as she reveals ill-will post in comment section
Musician and businesswoman Akothee has revealed that a woman on Facebook wished her the misfortune of a miscarriage days after it happened.
Sharing a screenshot of the comment she received from a user called Mercy Joe in a post about her baby bump, Akothee wrote, “Mommy your wish came too late, however, it came to pass. We posted the baby bump after we lost the baby…”
Akothee had previously posted her miscarriage and her stay at the hospital after, sharing videos on her social media handles.
Several celebrities took to social media to console the singer including musicians Yvonne DarcQ and Tanasha Donna, Kansiime
“Some people are dark… Pure evil I’m telling you.. Hasad is real & God knows best. I’m so sorry for your loss… May Allah grant you ease,” Tanasha wrote.
Yvonne added to the messages of hope by wishing the singer future blessings.
“What an evil jealous human being, the wrath god has prepared for such ppl, she with reap what she saws. My dear @akotheekenya God has his reasons but what he is about to bless you both with will be a beautiful healthy strong bundle of joy, take heart my dear, both your strength through this trauma is mind-blowing, The Lord has your gift already sent your way, what is remaining is for you both to receive it,” Yvonne said.
In her post, Akothee also took the opportunity to elaborate how the baby bump shoot had come to pass to the alleged user Mercy Joe.
“This was not even a baby bump shoot. This is a photo my husband took after the doctor told us we are losing, you can clearly see I have finished all the tears, uso imepara kweli. May God bless you just as you bless others.“
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