Stacy Atieno, a local radio presenter in the country has confessed to how a former gospel artist assaulted her 2 years ago when she visited his music studio premises located at the Sosian estate in Nairobi county looking for a job opportunity.
While opening up on how it went down, the radio star also shared a screenshot she took while texting the gospel musician on how he accused her while she visited his place of work. In the screenshot, Stacy explained to Pozze that she had finally revealed what he did to her after being triggered when the interviewer mentioned Pozze's name.
In the interview, the girl confessed that the former gospel musician secretly touched her behinds without getting approval from her, he also went ahead to make the radio girl sit on her lap as he showed her the song she had done with a Jamaican female artist. Worst of all, the gospel musician allegedly forced the naive girl to touch his privates as he sat back to enjoy the session. She however does not regret all that she went through, all she says is that she was so much excited to meet the artist and doing everything in the name of meeting a celeb.
On his side, Pozze declined the allegations saying that it is because he is about to release his album and people are just clout chasing using his name, he also warned people from listening to irrelevant allegations.
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