BY JOHN THARIKI FOR WWW.EDAILY.CO.KE
Kenyan gospel musician Willy Paul has once again stirred up controversy after pictures of him holding Tanzanian songstress Nandy went viral on social media.
In one of the pictures, Willy Paul is seen holding Nandy’s waist as his other hand settles on her thighs.
In yet another photograph, Nandy is pictured gyrating on the gospel star’s laps.
One Instagram user said: “Willy Paul is not a gospel artiste, though he is talented. The label gospel musician used to refer to him should just be dropped, and Willy Paul himself should come out clear to his fans, and proclaim he isn’t a gospel singer.”
Another online user said: “Willy Paul, God is not a puppet. Watch yourself…”
Another Instagram user: “Willy Paul, stop playing with God. Just go the secular way, and stop playing with God.”
Several Instagram users reiterated each others’ comments calling out the gospel star.
When reached for comment, Willy Paul declined to comment on the matter.
EDAILY understands that the controversial pictures were taken during a video shoot for a song the two artistes worked on together.
The new song titled Hallelujah will be released at 12 noon Friday.