Jigi Jigi is secular and not gospel: Listeners tell Willy Paul

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Willy Paul, a Kenyan artist is yet in another controversy after releasing a new track dubbed 'Jigi Jigi' which is a love song deemed as secular and not gospel.

Willy Paul has been in the public talk of his songs which most listeners feel like they are no longer worship songs but rather love songs.

A huge section of listeners have criticised him and urges him to shift to secular world music once and for all and shun from using worship music as shield to sell his secular music.

The song comes barely a few month after another controversial love song dubbed "Yes I do" which he featured popular Jamaican musician Alaine.

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On his Instagram page willy Paul posted his status. "Ladies and gentlemen. The unstoppable is here With yet another love song. My people here is a new tune on You Tube titled Jigi Jigi which resolves on life after marriage after my hit song wedding song (Yes I do) which I featured Jamaica's Alaine..."

However, Willy Paul hit back to his haters who say they are tired of his shenanigans that he believes he is doing the right thing and God is the only person who has the right to judge him.

The Jigi Jigi maker says that he will keep on doing what he feeels is right and he knows that he cannot please everyone but as long as it is right before God.

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