Singer Willy Paul has seemingly responded to his sexual assault allegations and accusers in a newly uploaded video on his social media pages.
For the past several months, the allegations against the singer have been coming up with women detailing their ordeals with him.
In his response, Willy Paul dismissed the new claims as attacks on his success.
"I'm the king and I'll always be the king, not even death can take that away from me. I don't get why people keep attacking me. The fight should be against poverty, not willy paul. I want the good for everyone and I want everyones' progress. Why would you attack someone who is out of your league?" he said in the video.
This all began at the end of August when his former signee Miss P said in an interview that Willy Paul forced her to have repeated unprotected sex with him.
“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. I had to seek help and my mum helped me Alhamdulillah, otherwise at this very moment ningekua nimesha jifungua or I would be nine months pregnant,” she stated.
A few days ago, another local radio presenter opened up about her sexual ordeal with the controversial artiste 2 years ago.
“So this is the thing you tried to sexually assault me at your studio in Sosian estate. You literally touched my butt without my consent, made me sit on your laps without consent as you showed me your song with the lady from Jamaica.
“And the worst thing you did was to forcefully make me touch your genitals. But you know I made peace with myself cause I was not at fault I was just a naive little girl with no job and excited to meet POZZE but little did I know your intentions,” she added in the message.
Willy Paul is however notorious for clout chasing and as he continues to battle in the court of public opinion his fans are eagerly waiting for his album to be dropped soon.