The respect I have for my baby daddies is served in heaven – Akothee says as she picks her favourite

By Kevin Koech On Thu, 22 Jul, 2021 11:15 | < 1 min read
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Kenyan singer Esther Akoth, popularly known as Akothee recently celebrated her baby daddy for taking good care of their son, Oyoo.

In a social media post, the mother of five lauded her baby daddy noting that he has made co-parenting easy.

“The respect I have for my baby daddies is served in heaven. The one who takes the crown is Papa Oyoo. Papa Oyoo My one and only, you make co-parenting look easy,” she wrote.

Akothee further disclosed that her baby daddy is in the country to meet her dad who has been asking about him, adding that she was looking forward to introducing him to her dad.

“Thank you for honouring my request to come and see my dad, he has been asking for you. Kesho nikupeleke Rongo, kule nilikozaliwa, wazazi wangu wakushukuru kwa kuwalea watoto wetu (Tomorrow I’ll take you to Rongo where I was born so that my parents can thank you for taking good care of our kids),” she wrote.

While marking Father’s Day this year, Akothee warmed the hearts of many after celebrating and recognizing the three fathers of her five children.

Further, the self-proclaimed president of single mothers condemned biological fathers who do not contribute to the upbringing of their children.

“Are you not ashamed to see other men drop their kids at school? Don’t you feel guilty seeing other fathers going for holiday with their children? We the single mothers are ashamed on your behalf,” she wrote.

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