Eric Omondi And Willy Paul Fight Over Miss P

Comedian Eric Omondi and controversial musician Willy Paul are currently entangled in an online fight.

The center of their fight is believed to Miss P, who was signed at Willy Paul’s record label Saldido International.

Miss P however quit Saldido and accused Willy Paul of assaulting her sexually.

“He forced me to have sex with him, not once not twice. I had to tell my mum because I had to get medical attention because I don’t know this person, sijui tabia zake. had to seek held and my mum helped me Alhamdulillah, otherwise at this very moment ningekua nimesha jifungua or I would be nine months pregnant with his child… He forced me to have sex with me na alikataa kutumia protection, not once not twice,” she said in an interview with Presenter Ali.

Recently Eric has been promoting Miss P music projects and even saw to it that two events are organized for the artist to perform over the weekend, one in Nakuru and another in Nairobi.

Willy Paul unveiled a new female artist known as Queen P, who is believed to Miss P’s replacement and revealed that she will be dropping her first music video this Sunday.

“On Sunday my super new artist @queenp254 will be dropping her first music video hehehe.. can’t wait for you guys experience this!!” Willy Paul shared on his Instagram account accompanied by his photo with Quenn P sitting on his lap.

On the other hand, Eric also shared a his photo with Miss in a posture similar to that of Willy Paul and Queen P.

“Introducing the real P,” Eric wrote on Instagram.

That however did not sit well with Willy Paul who fired back at Eric asking him to focus on his business as he does with his.

“Eric, I have always respected you a big brother. Yaani since day one, and yuo know that. So **ma isifanye tukoseane heshima. Fanya mambo yako nifanye yangu buda,” Willy Paul said.

Eric is yet to respond to Willy Paul comment.

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