Willy Paul threatens to deport producer ilogos after he pulls out his new song in you tube.
Ilogos is a Burundian Kenyan producer who was supposed to produce three tracks for Willy Paul at kshs25000. He did produce the tracks but Willy Paul refused to pay him and was forced to pull down the tracks.
Wilson abubakar radido popularly known as Willy Paul is an award Kenyan winning artist and a songwriter from Nairobi. He is the chief executive officer and founder of saldido international entertainment.
The singer posted on his instagram page today asking the lord to forgive him for what he is about to do. He said that ilogos is not going to come to his country and act like he owns it.
Pozze claimed in his post that the producer is going to explain to the government how he got his papers, work permit, residential documents and he will also explain to kra why he is earning alot of money yet he is not paying taxes.
Willy told him that his career ended the moment he messed with him. " you pulled my "collabo" and told people that I owed you money simply because I told you that I was no longer interested in your tracks. " said Willy Paul.
Photos courtesy of instagram.
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