Kenya´s Willy Paul and Tanzania´s Rayvanny do not sit at the same table after a nasty beef last year saw them take a jibe at each other.
´Chuchuma(a)´ was a song´s title that raised eyebrows after the two artistes released their songs sequentially, bearing close to the same title.
Pozze´s came in first before Rayvanny´s followed and it didn´t just go well.
That was 2019, we are now in 2020 but they are yet to get off each other´s backs if recent developments are anything to go by.
In his recent track ´Magnetic´, Pozze highlighted the Wasafi artist´s failed marriage to Fahyma, terming the relationship as ´funny.´
The song´s lyrics in part go:
Mapenzi ya Rayvanny Fahyvanny, hizo ni vitu funny.
Trying to explain his intentions behind the quoted lyrics, Pozze defended:
It just rhymed and I thought their names were good to be in that song. We are okay, they are like my family. We have no problem.
Clarifying that the two artistes settled their beef and have since moved on. Willy Paul however maintained that Rayvanny stole his song but he let it go because ´they are brothers.´
We all saw what happened, we all saw that Rayvanny stole my song but then I decided to forget about it cause he is my brother. I think he loved my vibe and decided to release the song, which is okay, Ideas are many. Tuko sawa. If God forgives, who am I not to forgive.
Rayvanny is however yet to respond or say anything regarding his marriage´s mention in Pozze´s new jam.
Check out the song below:
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