The first dancer, Valary Aura Murunga’s burial had barely concluded in good faith on December 31 when news of another dancer Joan Charles hit the interwebs.
A seemingly disheartened Willy Paul took to social media to announce the second death but online users, who have been critical of his faith the whole year, attacked him for allegedly sacrificing his own.
As the comment section flooded with allegations the Sikireti singer was out to make a killing for his career through the deaths, Willy Paul had enough and decided to set the record straight.
In a lengthy social media post, not only did Willy Paul deny having any hand in the two tragedies, but he also revealed he was on the verge of depression because of the very serious allegations made against him.
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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.. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
“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 Losing close friends that I count as my family coz they believed in my dream even before it materialized. I’ve been hiding in my house crying because whenever I go online there is some propaganda about the deaths of my two late female dancers,” he explained
With the nature of his songs coming to question over the past year, rumors were rife that Willy Paul was ready to ditch the gospel industry and join the much more lucrative secular world.