Gospel singer Weezdom has accused Bahati of deleting his music videos from a YouTube channel owned by Bahati just a day after Bahati “spotted him in photos of Alaine and Willy Paul simulated wedding”.
Weezedom took to social media on Monday, February 27, to claim since he was the ‘best man’ in the mock wedding, Bahati, who has for long been perceived as a nemesis of Willy Paul, got infuriated and deleted all his (Weezdom’s) music videos from EMB Records and Bahatikenya YouTube channels.
Weezdom, who rose to fame after working closely with Bahati, back in the day, parted ways with the singer “in good faith” sometime last year.
Weezdom now says he is shocked by Bahati’s action, given there was no bad blood between them.
Read his full post below:
“Good morning Kenyans. Today I speak to you as a better man coz in the past I’ve been through hardships, poverty and pain… as you all know I was housed by Bahati @bahatikenya Emb Records to be precise and he taught me so much…
“The value of life, forgiving, love etc… he is a good man and I give God all the glory for the first day I met him coz he took me in as a brother… We’ve shared secrets, meals, stages and song ideas. But for a man to grow you need to get out of the house where you were born or bred to go out there and seek a better life and he gave me a life so I wanted to become a better man.
“So when we parted ways, it was all in good faith and I started doing my own projects thanks to Guardian Angel we have a new song titled “Better Man” which is doing good in different charts here and there…
“I am friends with everyone in the industry… That is what Bahati taught me – that I should be friends with everyone including Willy Paul @willy.paul.msafi…
“I don’t know about their rivalry but I know that the Bible says we should love one another. Me and Pozze have been friends for a while and Pozze was doing a music video a few day ago and he called me to be his best man since now am a #betterman and when I posted about Willy Paul a few hours later, since my music videos were on Emb/Bahati’s channels, I woke up and found that Bahati had apparently deleted my songs…
“I am not bitter am just shocked! That he would stoop so low, but since he taught me the art of forgiving, I will let it go coz my wealth is not on earth but in heaven… I forgive Bahati as my big brother and my mentor and I know that in heaven we shall not be judged by YouTube views and comments…”Amenitoa Far” was just a video and these are material things… I forgive you Bahati… now that you have taken the landmark of our respect it is very sad but I am a better man…”
Weezdom now says he has had to upload the videos on YouTube afresh.
Bahati is yet to comment on Weezdom’s claims.
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