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Kenyan Singer Willy Paul Keeps Himself From The Deaths of His Dancers’


he Controversial Kenyan singer Wily Paul has come out to explain the harsh trolls he has had to face since demise of two of his dancers within a short period.

On his Instagram account, the singer narrated how ‘enemies’ had pitched a tent at his doors with claims that he sacrificed them for money and fame.

“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!” he wrote.

He explained that contrary to the claims, the death of his dancers was the most painful thing that happened to his life as they greatly contributed to his breakthrough in the music industry.

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“Unknowingly to my enemies, this is the most painful season in my musical life. Losing close friends that I count as my family because they believed in my dream even before kafunguke,” he added.

This comes just days after the singer announced the passing on of his second dancer Joan Charles who was involved in an accident.

The Sikireti hit maker disclosed that the singer was a close friend to Valary Aura Murunga, another of his dancer who died in a grisly accident while coming from a gig in Nakuru.

Valary who was featured in a number of Willy Paul songs including Sikireti was buried in Butere in Kakamega County, a funeral he attended.

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