Willy Paul Responds to ‘Human Sacrifice’ Rumours Over Death of 2 Dancers
Kenyan Musician Willy Paul on Wednesday responded to online rumours that he offered his dancers as human sacrifices to enhance his career.
The Yes I Do hitmaker, in a statement, revealed that the allegations were propaganda driven by ill-willed people on the internet.
He described the death of the two dancers as the most painful season of his life.
“This is the most painful season in my musical life. Losing close friends that I count as my family because they believed in my dreams even before kafunguke (they came to fruition).
"Nimekuwa najifungia kwa nyumba nalia a whole day but nikirudi online napatana na propaganda na story chafu about the death of my two female dancers (I have been secluded in my house as I mourn the deaths only to come online to find the propaganda and unbelievable stories surrounding the deaths).
“Sina cha kusema kifo hutembelea kila familia. Leo ni mimi napoteza ndugu au rafiki, kesho ni wewe. That’s when you will feel the pain of losing a loved one in your life. (Death is unpredictable. Today I have lost a friend, tomorrow it might be you)" he was quoted by Nairobi News.
In December, Willy's dancer Valery Aura succumbed following a tragic accident while on her way to Nakuru for a show.
Barely a week after her funeral, another dancer named Joan, from the same dance crew Nyumbani, passed away.
"We just lost another one. This is sad. Joan is from the same group. She just lost her life yesterday. This is very confusing, she was Val's friend from one dance crew ya Nyumbani. The devil is on the loose guys," he stated on Instagram.
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