Moses Tarus Omondi, alias Mr. Seed had a very successful album launch last week, seeing top Kenyan celebrities attend the event. Among those present includes his former boss Bahati alongside Ringtone Apoko, Timmy Tdat, DK Kwenye Beat, Wajesus family, Eric Omondi, among others.
However, something that sparked debate online is the fact that one Wilson Abubakar Radio alias 'Pozze' was never seen in the event. This comes as a shock because Mr seed, Bahati, and Paul were very close friends before fame and money.
Paul also did not attend Bahati's Album launch that had happened earlier, and so netizens wanted to know what exactly was going on. Mr seed has, however, opened up at an interview with Mzazi Willy Tuva on Citizen radio and stated that he never invited him for the album launch because he knew he could not come, and that was a waste of an invite.
He further added that Paul never supports anyone because he has so much pride. He went ahead and challenged Tuva if he ever saw Paul post anyone's project in his timeline, and true to his word Tuva couldn't remember. What does this mean to Pozze since the whole industry knows his behavior? What will happen to his new anticipated album? Will fellow artists support someone who doesn't support them?
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