Willy Paul, the controversial musician, has unleashed a new diss tune directed at the Bahatis and Eric Omondi. Pozze calls out artists and warns them not to trash speak him in the song titled 'Mnikome/Gademit.' He goes on to say that he had previously had an affair with Bahati's wife, Diana Marua, and that he regrets it.
The musician then mocked Eric Omondi for not being mature enough to keep his ex-girlfriend Miss Chanty, claiming that he spends 75% of his time on Instagram posting 'crap.'
Pozze's diss track prompted Eric Omondi to reply on Instagram, claiming that having Pozze do a diss track was part of his organized wake-up call to musicians.
”Yaani a WHOLE INDUSTRY cannot OPERATE without ERIC OMONDI. Lazma munitaje ndio vitu zenyu zi work? Anyway am VERY HAPPY that my PLAN is working. The PLAN was to get you all WORKED UP/ ANNOYED and AGITATED and now that I have ALL of you in ONE BASKET…I WILL NOW UNLEASH the FINAL PHASE of the PLAN. Here you will EITHER GO HOME or GO BIIIIG… LAZIMAAAAA MTAAAMKA BY FORCE BY FIRE PUGAAAAA”
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