Controversial singer Willy Paul took an aim at his colleagues in the entertainment industry over what he termed as jealousy.
While announcing the release of his new album Songs Of Solomon, the singer issued a stern warning and a veiled threat to anyone daring to post him on social media if he dies.
” Kenyan artist wakona wivu moja safi.. if you do something nice while alive they ignore lol.. alafu ukikufa ndio kila mtu anajua kuku post ati mara ooh he was a very talented young man bla bla bla.. mimi nikikufa ghasia asijaribu kunipost ama nita fufuka nimfinye balls ala!! so i just released a very dope album #songsofsolomonalbum amd they’re all silent coz wako tu na wivu, wivu yenye inafanya tz, nigeria wanatuzidi tu!! get this, yaani im here to stay wasee!!! kwa wale few artists wame support the album big up.. kwa wale wanajifanya hawaoni juu ya wivu pia big up.. corona iishe tupatane kwa ground ala!!,” wrote Willy Paul.
Over the years, Willy Paul has time and again courted controversy. In 2019, his ‘Lamba Nyonyo’ song shocked fans and dubbed an attestment he could be living by the saying, ‘no publicity is bad publicity.’