A line in Willy Paul’s latest song ‘Magnetic’ has caught the attention of many people after he trashed Rayvanny’s relationship in the song.
The two have been having issues since mid-2019 when Rayvanny allegedly stole Willy Paul’s song.
According to Pozee, the song dubbed ‘chuchuma’ was meant to be a collaboration between the two artistes but Rayvanny went ahead and recorded the song as his own without Willy Paul’s consent.
Pozee says he recorded the first version of the song and sent it out to Rayvanny who decided to do it as his own.
“I recorded the song and sent it out to him. The first edition was okay but he later sent me another copy of which was different from what we had agreed.” Willy Paul said in a past interview
In a recent interview, Willy Paul now says, trashing Rayvanny in magnetic was nothing personal.
Pozee maintains that he felt that Rayvanny and Fahyma’s names would make a good rhyme and that is why he used the line.
“Mapenzi ya Rayvanny Fahyvanny, hizo ni vitu funny. It just rhymed and I thought their names were good to be in that song. We are okay, they are like my family. We have no problem.” He said
Pozee also revealed that he sorted out his beef with Rayvanny and that the two of them are now cool.
“We all saw what happened, we all saw that Rayvanny stole my song but then I decided to forget about it cause he is my brother. I think he loved my vibe and decided to release the song, which is okay, Ideas are many. Tuko sawa. If God forgives, who am I not to forgive?” he said
Magnetic premiered on Youtube two days ago and already has close to 100k views.