Musician Willy Paul is set to release his long awaited album, The African Experience. The musician said he was forced to stop the launch following his court case. “Hey guys, I know I’ve been silent but I’m back now. The album The African Experience album will be out next week. God has been faithful manze. It’s been hell for me but now we are good to go. Had to stop the album because of the case I had in court. The false accusations made against me almost cost me everything I’ve worked so hard for. But God is God and God is good. We back like we never left and soon I’ll tell you everything,” said Willy Paul.
The musician went ahead to thank his fans for their support, “…but before the album, I have something for you, very special for you, God has given me the ability to help and make people stars so I won’t get tired of helping. For the hand that gives is the hand that receives. Watch the space fam. Like I said we back like we never left! Thank you for being patient and for always supporting me,” he added.
This comes barely a week after a Nairobi court barred Miss P asking her to pull down a video she previously posted accusing him of sexual assault. “An order is granted compelling the first defendant/respondent herein either by themselves, their servants’ agents, assigns or any other person spreading the video or circulating the same be restrained by an order of the court from defaming, spreading and continuing to defame the plaintiff/applicant the inter parties hearing of this application,” read the document published by Willy Paul.
Miss P accused the I Do hitmaker of taking advantage and continuously sexually assaulting her despite showing lack of interest. “He forced me to have sex with him. Not once, not twice. I had to tell my mum because I had to seek medical attention,” Miss P said in an interview.