Gospel singer Willy Paul popularly referred to as Willy Pozzee shocked many fans after using money to wipe out sweat while performing at a live event.
The Gospel star decided to show how loaded his pockets were when he dished out bundles of cash and tossed to the audience while performing on a live Television show '10 over 10', aired on Citizen Television and hosted by Willis Raburu.
After wiping his sweat with a Sh1,000 note, the singer gave it to a female fan nearby the stage.
He rhetorically asked, “kuna joto eeh? …sina kitambaa lakini naeza jipanguza tu na kitu niko nayo sio?” (…is it hot eeh?...I don’t have a handkerchief but I can wipe the sweat with what I have, right?” he posed.)
The Digiri hit maker further reached for a note from his pocket and used it to wipe his face. He would then stop performing and instead took out a bundle of Sh1,000 notes and dished out to crowd asking them, “mmeshibaa… hamjashiba?”(…are you satisfied or not).
Willis Raburu, who hosts the show, had a difficult time putting questions to the artiste, who at the time was carrying cash in a thousand Kenyan shilling denominations on his hand.
After the interview was wrapped, Willy Paul threw the cash in the air, creating commotion in the studio as the live audience scrambled to grab it.
The singer revealed that the inspiration behind his new song Digiri was to disapprove the emphasis put on education as the key to success, adding that no human being needs a document such as a degree certificate to access heaven.