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‘Kula Pole Pole’ Eric Omondi And Willy Paul Tear Into Each Other Over Miss P (Screenshot)

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Singer Willy Paul and comedian Eric Omondi have stirred an online beef that has seen them exchange bitter words over up-and-coming artist Miss P.

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Miss P who was previously signed under Pozzee’s Saldido Record Label, has recently been working with Eric to promote her career.

Following the singer’s departure, Willy Paul moved to sign another female artist named Queen P. The unveiling of the new signee seemed to have triggered the disagreement between the two male entertainers with Eric posting a photo of himself and Miss P and captioning it with a  ‘Introducing the REAL ”P”’ comment.

The comment did not go down well with the ‘Sitolia‘ hitmaker who confronted the comedian while asking him to reciprocate the respect he had for him.

Eric I’ve always respected you as a brother. Yaani since day one and you know that. Tusikoseane heshima fanya mambo yako nifanye yangu buda! Willy Paul wrote

Eric did not stop at that as he directly hit at Willy Paul’s new project featuring Queen P asking the Saldido boss to change his signee’s name if he wanted the song to hit.

Ngoma kali sanaa but kitu tu ume lack ni ORIGINALITY Bro, CREATIVITY pia iko down Kiasi but EFFORT iko👍👍👍. Alafu just the way there will only be one Willy Paul, there can ONLY be ONE ‘P’ change jina ya Msanii Buda. Lakini kazi poa

Pozzee in turn went out obscene accusing the funnyman of being a womanizer.

Willy Paul and Miss P fell out in August after the latter accused the former of forcefully laying her on several occasions. 

However, Willy Paul dismissed the accusations indicating that they were in a recognized relationship that was approved by her mother.

According to his manager, Pozze pulled out of the relationship after he was arm-twisted to take care of the singer’s financial needs that became overwhelming. He further claimed that it was his unexpected withdrawal that caused the female singer to turn out jilted.

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