Willy Paul is an attention seeker, and nothing speaks to that more than his latest post online.
The ‘Hallelujah’ crooner has flipped the script and is catching at straws to make headlines. Well, the man who was once known as a Gospel artist has uploaded a video of himself dancing with a woman. The stunt saw Willy Paul express excitement as his so called ‘wife’ shook her assets for him in a moving car. Seeming on safari, the twosome’s slow-mo grinding tutorial was captioned ” Me and my wife in the jungle!!! Full video on YouTube WILLY PAUL AND JAMAICAN WIFE” according to a post on the Gram. The woman featured in the video is the same video vixen from Willy Paul’s previous release ‘Bye Bye’ where she played his love interest.
Days later, he went on to post the same video from another angle.
The viral video is a teaser for the latest release from the Saldido Records CEO dubbed ‘Magnetic.’ But it seems the teaser backfired as Kenyans on the Gram went on to chastise Pozzee for the distasteful display. One commented, ” kwan uko dryspell aje unashinda ukitusumbua uku” while another noted that his facial gestures are unappealing writing ” Wacha kupanua mdomo ivo” and another asked ” How many wives did you have there?”
The track ‘Magnetic’ was released on March 16th and has garnered 50K views on YouTube so far. Sadly for Pozzee it seems that the viral teaser did not have much of a payoff with the song not doing too well on YouTube compared to previous releases. One person noted, ” you got nothing new bro,,improve on ur lyrics,ziko down sana….no wonder una release song after song but u neva hit.”
However, it seems that there are several factors to consider when it comes to the dismal performance of ‘Magnetic’. Aside from the national focus on fighting coronavirus, the teaser video was also largely seen as repulsive by many. In addition to this, Willy Paul has released several tracks in rapid succession of each other. ‘Magnetic’ comes only one week after the release of ‘Bye Bye’ which is still trending on YouTube.
Do you think Willy Paul is doing too much, too fast?