According to the Kenyan Hallaujah Gospel crooner, fellow Tanzanian act, Rayvanny stole the idea for his song dubbed Chuchuma and hinted at its release.
In a video seen by News of Africa, the singer narrated how he approached Rayavanny with the song for a collabo but they did not really materialise.
A bitter Pozee went ahead to bash his friend for pulling such a move on a dear friend and held that no one steals from him and goes unpunished.
“I would like to bring this to everybody’s attention that there is some artiste somewhere who is trying to steal from me, he is trying to steal from a Kenyan and Kenyans have been supporting him all along. I have received support from his country too but it is so sad to see someone trying to steal from me just because a collabo between us did not work out. It hurts when someone steals your idea. You cannot do that to a brother. You cannot steal and get away with it. And my friend listen, nobody steals from Pozee,” the singer warned.
News of Africa tried to find out if Pozee’s claims were legit and truly discovered Rayvanny could be guilty. Listening to Rayvanny’s Chuchuma, one can clearly hear it sounding similar to Willy Paul’s song.
From the instrumental to the flow, the two songs are identical. It should be noted this is not the first time the WCB musician is being accused of stealing content. The singer has been accused severally of lifting works of other musicians and he admitted to it in an interview with Lil Ommy.