Willy Paul, a popular musician from Kenya, has made the shocking declaration that he will stay celibate for the time being. Despite having a history of being associated with several sexual scandals, the performer claims that he is now more concerned with his holiness.
In his own words, "I will stay celibate for the success of my upcoming event.
I decide to adopt Holy Kabisa
Please, ladies, make this procedure simple for me.Social media users are enraged by this remark and wonder if Willy Paul is sincere about his vow of celibacy.
The ability of Willy Paul, also known as "Bwana Mkunaji" due to his past sexual proclivities, to uphold his pledge of celibacy is still unknown.
The former gospel performer admitted in a recent interview that he recently experienced a difficult period in his life that contributed to his depression. He conveyed his gratitude for how his life has changed since things began to go well for him.
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