Willy Paul breaks silence following backlash over lewd ‘Lamba Nyonyo’ song

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Resident rabble-rouser Willy Paul was at it again with the release of a lewd song called ‘Lamba Nyonyo’.

A song that had fans throwing their arms up in outrage with many denouncing the often controversial Gospel musician.

The ‘Lamba Nyonyo’ hitmaker has now broken his silence following the backlash.

“I don’t think I should comment on everything that gets said about me. Besides people are entitled to their opinions,” he told Pulse.

He then went on to add that there is more to the song than meets the ear.

“But sometimes it’s good for people to take their time and find the motive of something before they comment. I don’t think you have heard the end of that song. There is a lot more to come,” he explained.

Is Willy Paul a Gospel or a Secular artiste?

The release of ‘Lamba Nyonyo’ comes amid questions about whether Willy Paul is a Gospel or secular artiste.

The singer revealed that he is neither Gospel nor secular he is just an artiste expressing himself creatively.

“Who says I quit gospel for secular? What God has put in me is beyond talent. I am a creative artiste, one day I could wake up and record a love song, the other a worship song. At the end of the day the same God who blesses Wizkid and Davido is the same one who blesses gospel artistes,” he said on 10 over 10.

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