Kenya’s top gospel musician Willy Paul on Wednesday called out artists who have been dependent on sponsors, asking them to understand the protocol of quarantine.
Posting a video on his Instagram, Pozze cautioned artists to very understanding as the situation was unforeseen and all ‘sponsors’ are having quality time with their loved ones.
“Kwa wale wasanii mmezoea kuomba wamama pesa, ung’ang’ana na mmama rika ya mamako ati “babe” ndio akulipie rent na akumakie videos, hashiki simu saa hii? Tafadhali heshimu huyo mama ana-quarantine na bwanake!” said Willy Paul.
Seeming a little overjoyed in his video, Pozze did not filter his words and shamed artists for stooping a little too low. He, however, avoided mentioning any artist that has been involved in the act but cautioned them to stop asking for money.
“Wacheni ujinga! Kuomba omba pesa muwache” he added.
Willy Paul’s message sounded more of mockery than advice to artists as he pointed out that those who depended on their sponsors are having a difficult time as their phone calls are going unanswered.
Could his act of calling artists out be an example of following christ’s words by bringing everything to light?
Indeed, the coronavirus has forced people around the globe to be on quarantine and Pozze thought this was a better time to enlighten artists to shun from their sinful ways.
Kenyans, in particular, have been requested to minimise their movements as they adhere to government protocols to avoid contracting or spreading the covid-19 virus.
Pozze’s fans sent in their thoughts and here were some reactions: