Willie Paul's manager has badly exposed miss P on an interview with Mungai Eve where he claims that Miss p's mother knew that Willie Paul and Miss P were in a romantic relationship but they decided to cause a drama.
According to Willie Paul's manager, Miss P had signed a contract of five years but she only managed to work with them for only six months. He claims that Miss p's mother started to demand for cash after Willie Paul and Miss P separated.
He also claims that Miss p's mother was forcefully "selling" her daughter to Willie Paul and he could not take it anymore and that's how he decided to end their relationship.
Her mother left all the responsibilities to Willie Paul and this is the main reason as to why they separated. Miss P could not take it and therefore, she decided to tarnish Willie Paul's name.
He claims that they had really invested in Miss P and when she came up with the fake story, they lost alot of deals and this led to Willie Paul's depression.
He has urged Miss P and her mother to clear Willie Paul's name because they lied to Kenyans. He has also urged upcoming artists to be patient because one cannot earn Millions in a month.
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