- A gospel musician is on the receiving end after he threw a bundle of KSh 1,000 (Ghc45) to fans to grab on live TV causing chaos
- Willy Paul sought to remain even more controversial after he wiped sweat off his face using a KSh 1,000 (Ghc45) note and handing it over to a fan
- He was appearing on the 10 Over 10 entertainment show on Citizen TV
Controversial Kenyan Gospel musician Willy Paul was on his element on the night of Friday June 9 after he caused a near stampede on live TV.
He has caused outrage online after he threw a wad of KSh 1,000 (Ghc45) notes to fans causing mayhem in the studio.
But before he started dishing out the money, Willy Paul first wiped his face using a KSh 1,000 (Ghc45) note leaving the fans to go wild. He then handed the crisp note to a female fan.
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"It's very hot in the studio here and I have not carried a handkerchief..but I can use whatever I can find to wipe the sweat off my face," he told fans before removing the note and doing the unthinkable.
This was during the performance of his latest single 'Digirii' on Citizen TV during the 10 over 10 entertainment show.
The musician then began dishing out money to fans who craved for his attention just to get a share of his wealth.
Eventually, he threw a wad of KSh 1,000 (Ghc45) notes in the air causing chaos as fan scrambled to grab the money.
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