After their numerous beefs, this is what Willy Paul said about Bahati
Willy Paul and Bahati have been called the gospel industry’s bickering younger siblings because of their numerous squabbles.
Hardly much time goes by before one takes a jab at the other, and often these disagreements make it to the headlines of entertainment websites.
It seems that there may finally calm after the storm, if the Sitolia star’s recent Facebook post is anything to go by.
On Tuesday, Willy Paul ‘big-upped’ his gospel brother’s new track, urging fans to listen to the Bahati’s Itakuwa Sawa. He went further to call on fans to request the song both on TV and radio.
“Video alert, its finally out! I know you’ve watched my brothers latest video… But just in case you haven’t watched it, kindly check it out on YouTube and request it both on radio and TV…Baraka.. One nation under God,” posted the Kitanzi singer.
Could this be a white flag? Maybe so.
Recently, Gospel singer Willy Paul had blasted his ‘brother in Christ’ Bahati in a lengthy social media post saying that the Barua star had refused to bury the hatchet with him, despite his attempts to reconcile their differences.
Willy Paul alleged that Bahati thrives on tarnishing the image of fellow gospel artistes and that his mud-slinging gimmicks were gradually surfacing.
Maybe his most recent post could be an indicator that the constant fighting has come to an end. Check out the post below:
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