Willy Paul speaks on cartels trying to end his music career
Controversial singer Willy Paul has opened up about the challenges he’s been facing in the Kenyan music industry.
In a post shared on Instagram to appreciate his song Coco’s success, Willy Paul said he has gone through a lot to get where he is today.
He added that it is very sad that despite the challenges he’s faced to get to the peak of his career, there are still people who want him out of the entertainment industry.
“Morning fam, hope you had a super charged sleep 💤 😆.. growing up and becoming who I am today hasn’t been easy. I’ve faced a lot of panda shuka.. ( still facing ) people trying to pull you down, trying to kill ur career.. trying to mess with your confidence!! Dang it’s sad.” He said
He went on to add that it is only God who has his back and for this he is grateful.
Pozee also shared a special thank you to his fans for streaming his song to almost a million views.
“But when God’s got you manze.. that’s all… #coco x @theavieway is only 2 weeks and is everyone’s favorite song, still trending btw … just wanna appreciate everyone who’s played part. God bless you and add you more life .. keep supporting me, I still need you fam.. will always need ur helping hand Manze! Asanteni” He added
Coco which features singer Avril was released on September 4th and has already garnered over 700k views on Youtube.