“I do” hitmaker Willy Paul has been sending more and more hints that he is quitting the gospel scene -Pozze has now come with yet another damning statement that could
well finish his gospel career Since the turn of the year, Willy Paul has seen it all – controversies, hit music, international collaborations and of course mass criticism from his own fans. After signing with Diamond Platinumz, Willy Paul makes a DAMNING statement against the Kenyan gospel industry.
One major talking point in the Pozze script was the fact that he went out of his way to ‘marry’ dancehall songstress Alaine through the song ‘I do’ which has garnered well over 1.5 million hits on youtube. After signing with Diamond Platinumz, Willy Paul makes a DAMNING statement against the Kenyan gospel industries
The song led to mass debate, with many questioning his authenticity as a gospel artist. A tactical Willy Paul decided to play it coy, and not say anything about the whole debacle – at least until today. After signing with Diamond Platinumz, Willy Paul makes a DAMNING statement against the Kenyan gospel industries .
Willy Paul has hit out at the Kenyan gospel industry in a statement that suggests he is fed up with the gospel game in the country. “The tribalism in the so Called gospel industry is too much for me to handle…” He posted After signing with Diamond Platinumz,
What does it mean? Is Willy Paul Msafi ditching his ‘clean’ ways? Meanwhile, his counterpart Bahati seems to have one foot in the secular world after he recently launched a new jam with Rayvanny.