Singer Willy Paul has triggered mixed reactions online after a video of him performing at a nightclub and enjoying a sensual dance session with a female fan emerged.
The video was reportedly captured on Friday when the ‘Hallelujah’ singer was scheduled for a special appearance at a new club located in Westlands.
In the video, as shared by Urban News, an unidentified woman is seen dancing a tad too close to the controversial singer and occasionally grinding on him during his performance.
Willy Paul has been a topic of discussion among many critics on whether he is still a gospel musician or he has crossed over to the secular side going by his recent releases.
The ‘Fanya’ hitmaker’s recent collabos have mostly been with secular artists, including Jamaican dancehall singer Badgyal Cecile, Tanzanian songstress Nandy, Wasafi crooner Rayvanny, as well as Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones.
In a previous interview with a local TV presenter, Willy Paul confirmed suspicions of his recent hit song ‘Hallelujah’ featuring Nandy not being a gospel song.
“Hallelujah is not a gospel song… alafu wajua mimi ni artist, kazi yangu kama artist ni kuimba. Napenda sana mziki wa bongo, alafu napenda jinsi wasani wa Bongo wanavyojituma,” he said.
(‘Hallelujah’ is not a gospel song… and, you know, I’m an artist, and my work an artist is to sing. I love Bongo music… especially how their artists are driven.)