Is Willy Paul going fully secular? Fans think so


Gospel musician Willy Paul has pulled yet another gospel-secular collabo, which has left his fans wondering whether the artiste is serious with Christian ministerial work.

Willy Paul has recently featured rapper Khaligraph Jones in his new track song “Bora Uhai”, which is receiving a lot of airplay.

Other secular musicians that Willy Paul has worked alongside in songs which drew scrutiny include: Tanzania’s Harmonize, Nandy, Jamaica’s Alaine, Kenyan boy band Sauti Sol and Nigeria’s Yemi Alade.

Willy Paul, in an April 2018 interview on Citizen TV’s 10 Over 10 Show, maintained that he is a gospel musician.

And following his latest release, his fans took to his YouTube page comments section to fault the musician:

I wouldn’t be surprised next song ni “mungu,yesu na malaika mlambe lolo”.for sure i wouldn’t
willy upuzi mtupu hakuna kitu umeimba hapa
Kama Hii ndo gospel pitisha kikapu ya sadaka kwa bar 😎
Am so sorry for those I’ll offend… THIS IS TRASH!!!!!
Who’s your pastor you really need help brother rapture is real!!!
Pozzee ,just do it.!!!even when you keep wondering if you’ll go to heaven coz you mislead the gospel fire in us.!

EDAILY reached Willy Paul for comment Wednesday. He, however, discontinued the call, when he was asked whether he has gone secular.

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