The ‘Tam Tam’ hit maker is not blissful. He recently recounted the adversity he faced from Kenyan music promoters he was hoping to get help from during his tour abroad.
Willy Paul went ahead to write a meticulous post on his Facebook account pointing out how most promoters are egocentric and selfish:
‘’Morning family, its a beautiful sunday that the Lord has granted us yet again.. and am sure today Someone’s soul will be won into the kingdom of God. It saddens me to see how selfish and Self-centered our promoters and companies are… we all know that I have HUKUNIACHA TOUR coming up.. The First One kicks off today in Eldoret then next Sunday the 23rd in mathare Huruma redeemed church. I went looking for help from some big people that I trust but they let me down… others giving me promises and not keeping them, calling me for meetings but when I call them they switch off their phones. … and as the saying goes
“WANAOKUDHARAU SIKU MOJA WATAKUSALIMU KWA HESHIMA” I asked for a good sound system for my 23rd concert to be held in mathare but I was let down and with no option… ONLY one ORGANIZATION stood by me for all the 5 tours, and that’s the MCSK… This has taught me one thing, to always put all my hopes in GOD and not man…. for He is the giver.. my fellow artists, beware of these people… they will use you when they need you and forget about you… NOTE: GOD WILL NEVER USE YOU TO GAIN, HIS LOVE IS SUFFICIENT. . Pray for me as we all wait for 23rd.. Huruma is the place to be, Baraka as you head to church’’