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“Punguza Pride”: Netizens Blast Willy Paul As He Asks For Collabo With Nigerian Davido

Social media has erupted with criticism aimed at Wilson Abubakar Radido, better known as Willy Paul, following his announcement of plans to collaborate with Afro singer Davido.

In a post circulated online, Willy Paul expressed his desire to produce a collaborative track with four esteemed artists: Chris Brown, Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

“King Pozze!! #BeyondGiftedalbum Praying For Alot In 2 Yrs Man. @chrisbrownofficial @davido @burnaboygram And @wizkidayo Are The People I’m Looking Forward To Collaborating With. Trust The Process Your Boy Is About To Make Y’all Proud!! ❤️ 😍 💖” he declared.

This aspiration for a partnership with a respected Afro singer follows the viral success of his album “Beyond Gifted” on various Kenyan social media platforms, notably Saldido Music.

“With God, everything is possible. The Beyond Gifted Album is trending on Audiomack right now. I serve a living God. Thank you to all my fans,” he expressed gratitude after his album surpassed 20 million plays within 24 hours on Saldido.

Prior to the album release, Willy Paul had asserted his dominance within the Kenyan music scene, especially highlighted by his popularity in Tanzania after the hit song “Nanana” with Marioo.

“Sorry but I’m the best artist Kenya has birthed so far. I have evidence to support my statement,” he boasted.

However, his recent intention to collaborate with West African artists has been met with criticism from some social media users, who perceive him as individualistic and lacking in support for emerging Kenyan artists.

Tabitha admonished, “Stop competing with other artists. Minimize pride, stop comparisons at any given time, be yourself! Support other artists, stop diminishing others with all that you’re good to go…”

Mueni questioned, “Why haven’t I seen you helping people who are close to you… Stop being selfish.”

Dyfassim advised, “First, be calm, stop being selfish, show love to other artists, remember support starts from home.”