Alaine responded but not with what I wanted – Willy Paul laments

Willy Paul and Alaine [Photo: Instagram]

Kenyan singer Willy Paul is not satisfied with the response given by Jamaican star Alaine on his outburst that she had ‘dumped him.’

In a post on Instagram, Willy Paul explained that even though she has unblocked him, the answer she gave on music was not what he wanted to hear.

According to the Saldido boss, she focussed too much on the music side of his July 10 tirade on social media on how they have grown apart.

“Thank you guys for helping me deliver my message to Alaine, she responded but not what I wanted to hear. But I'm glad I've been unblocked and we are now good. Thank you. Ameileta tena side ya mzikii sana manze badala ya ile mambo ya mkunaji.. anyway, it's all good.. would you love to see us do another one?” He posed.

In her message to the Hallelujah hitmaker, Alaine wrote that her Kenyan collaborator in “I do” should not worry and count his blessings.

“Willy, Willy, Willy… everything will be alright. It is all about the music, and specifically, all about God. Thanking Him for all His blessings, despite obstacles, despite enemies, in spite of ourselves. We know HE has a plan for us to prosper us and to give us a future with hope.

“We know how far He’s taken us and trust Him with the future. One thing is for sure. We have great musical chemistry….so… what do you think one more song? Let’s unblock some blessings,” posted the Lover's Rock queen.

Willy Paul on Wednesday took to Instagram where he insinuated that Tanzanian singer Nandy could be the reason Alaine was avoiding him.

The Fanya singer posted:  “The reason I'm writing this here is for the world to at least help me get this message to you... my mum keeps asking me where you disappeared to. But I'm glad you like one of my posts the other day... maybe that's a sign.

“Plus, one more thing, there's a female artist from Tanzania by the name Nandy. Me and her are just friends.... nothing more...that shouldn't even worry you dear.

“Madam boss please talk, unblock me, this silence is killing Pozze, you know who your legit king is... Help me fam, get this message to her.”

The exchange, according to some, however, was a carefully crafted move to promote their new single Shado Mado.