Is Akothee’s controversy a men verses women tag of war?

Controversial Musician Akothee has of late been making headlines for doing stage performances perceived to be obscene in Malindi last weekend.

A number of Kenyans openly criticized her including Kenya Films and Classification Board (KFCB) boss Ezekiel Mutua who highlighted that the mother of five is a poor role model to the young generation.

After Nairobi Women Rep Esther Passaris come to her defense live on a national TV , other women have followed the suit including Caroline Mutoko and and of late former Governor aspirant for Kirinyanga Martha Karua has as well come into her defense.

The National Rainbow Coalition (NARC) Kenya party leader says that the artistes are at liberty to give the best to their audiences.

In her tweet , Karua hit out at Kenya Films and Classification Board (KFCB) boss Ezekiel Mutua for wrongfully criticising Akothe. She argued that Akothe and other artistes never compel people to watch their performances which are done in joints restricted for adults.

“Nobody is forced to watch these are adult shows by an entertainer. Direct your anger at the club owner not the entertainer,” Karua said.

The fierce ex-presidential candidate differed with the opinion that acts like those of Akothe were corrupting minds of young girls and exposing them to teenage pregnancies rampant in the country.

Now Blogger Robert Alai has joined the discussion , and has this to say;

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