Diana Marua has come out to narrate an ugly ordeal that she went through in the hands of controversial former gospel singer Willy Paul this just a few days after Willy Paul released a diss track claiming to have bedded the mother of two.
Diana recalls while living along Mombasa Road Willy Paul used to to hit on her repeatedly advances which she turned down until one day he lured her into his vehicle, locked the doors, sped off the music blasting.
Diana claims that Willy took her into an apartment where he allegedly attempted to assault her Sexually but she managed to escape by finding her way out her clothes not surviving the ordeal.
Diana says it took her 3 years to open up to her now husband Bahati about the incident, and got to expose Willy Paul after he recorded a diss-track.
Diana has added that she has already taken legal measures against the crooner and will fight for justice until it's rightfully served.
Here is the link to the video as seen on the singer's YouTube page.
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