While Bahati was busy, unseating President Kenyatta at the Safaricom Kasarani Stadium, Willy Paul was busy too, unseating drunk yobs at Club sting in Nakuru. He was in the company of Kush Tracey, Fred Omondi, Bashka the Model, Willy M Tuva, Dj Flash and others.
Unlike Bahati, Willy Paul seemed to have missed an invite to perform at the Jubilee Party launch at the Safaricom Kasarani stadium.
He was however not in town and was performing in tandem with Kush Tracey, Fred Omondi, Willy M Tuva and others at the Egerton University in Njoro.
After Egerton University the singer whose life is marred with controversy returned to the City of Nakuru where he spent the night. TUKO.co.ke editor who was at the Abbey Resort chanced upon the singer as he booked rooms alongside his celebrity friends.
Later in the night, Willy Paul, Fred Omondi and a twaddle of the celebrities who had been performing at the Njoro campus went to Club Sting in the heart of Nakuru town where they thoroughly enjoyed Justin Beiber, Beyonce, Wizkid and endless local, secular music.
I’m not saying that Justin Beiber is bad or Willy Paul performing in a club is wrong either.
Willy paul was introduced to the crowd later in the night at around 2.30a.m and brought the club down with his recent hit, Fanya, that had girls and boys gyrating and twerking on the rooftop of the club.
Literally, Will Paul also got people on their feet, just like Bahati- only that his, was a performance at a Nakuru club.
In an opposite scenario, Bahati had been on stage performing Barua before his crazy stunt that caught the president off guard.
He wanted to sing his next song, Mama, to Margret Kenyatta. The action by the musician left Uhuru standing awkwardly on the dais as the crowd cheered on the young musician.
It didn’t go well with most Kenyans who were watching the performance. Most of them went online to complain about the stunt.