Willy Paul speaks on controversial death of his female dancers

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Willy Paul speaks on controversial death of his female dancers

Controversial singer Willy Paul Msafi has finally spoken on the controversial death of two of his female dancers in less than two weeks.

In a post he shared on his Instagram page, the Saldido Records boss said that their deaths have been a painful season in his music career and life.

He went on to say that everything that was being said online was only propaganda adding that he had nothing to say because death comes to everyone.

Hallo #TeamPozze It's a new year with new blessings but I've faced a lot of challenges and fights so far, Unknowingly to my enemies that this is the most painful season in my musical life. Loosing close friends that i count as my family coz they believed in my dream even before kafunguke.. Nimekuwa najifungia kwa nyumba nalia a whole day but nkirudi online napatana na propaganda na story chafu about the death of my two female dancers.. Sina cha kusema kifo hutembelelea kila familia leo ni mimi napoteza ndugu au rafiku, kesho ni wewe!!! That's when you'll feel the pain of loosin a loved one in your life.. Nashukuru yeyote ambaye amenisupport kwa hii situation gumu na pia Asante kwa wanao nitusi na kusema maneno yasiyo na msingi.. Mungu anaona yote…” wrote Willy Paul.

Sacrificing dancers

His statement came after reports made rounds on social media claiming that the singer was sacrificing his dancers to grow his music career.

Willy Paul lost his dancer Valery Aurah in an accident and a few days after her burial, another of his dancer’s called Joan who was also Aura’s friend passed on.


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