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‘Bwana Mkunaji’ Willy Paul posts a video of nude women on the Gram, fans react

Controversial Kenyan artist Willy Paul is back to his antics, this time he was baring it all on Instagram.

Willy Paul shocked fans yesterday after he posted a short clip of naked women on his Instagram page as a way of promoting his new song dubbed ‘Bure Kabisa’.

In the explicit video, the women of different shapes, sizes and colour seem to be on a tropical photo shoot in a bathroom. The beautiful lasses have leaves and pineapples covering their breasts as well as their lady bits but leaving a little to the imagination as they are clearly nude.

Willy Paul captioned the video, “The beauty of the eye can be so deceiving, inside ni bure kabisa!” alluding to the fact that as much as the women in the video can be deceivingly beautiful and may not be as good as their beauty.

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Shocked fans reacted to this post with many admonishing the former gospel singer that he was possessed by the devil and that hell was awaiting him. While others told him off for posting pornographic content on the platform. Another claimed that Willy Paul is a casanova and that women had made him crazy. Another user warned that the moral police and KFCB boss Ezekiel Mutua would not pleased with this type of content on social media.

Others who liked what they were seeing dropped fire emojis on his comments sections and encouraged him to keep dropping hit tracks.

This, not the first time the ‘Sijafika’ crooner has been embroiled in controversy, prior to releasing one of his latest songs titled ‘Chuchuma’, he was under fire for requesting women with big derrieres to contact him for a chance to be in his video.

Earlier this year, Willy Paul finally made his stance known after he denounced being a gospel musician and instead saying he is only a musician meaning he could sing whatever he wanted whether secular or gospel music.

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