Gospel singer popularly known as Ole Willy has denied that he has a child out of wedlock. The married man with two children was accused by his baby mama identified as Lyn, for neglecting his fatherly duties. In an exclusive interview with Mpasho.co.ke, Lyn said;
HE KEEPS TELLING ME THAT IF I GO TO COURT, HE WILL NOT PROVIDE EVEN THAT 2K. AND EXPOSING HIM WILL BE A WASTE OF TIME BECAUSE HIS FANS WILL SHUT ME UP.
HE HAS NEVER EVEN BOUGHT A PAIR OF SOCKS FOR HIS SON.
‘He has never even bought a pair of socks for him,’ lady calls out gospel singer Ole Willy for neglecting son
Well, in an interview with SDE, Willy refuted the claims, saying;
These are mere rumours. Such wild allegations can even make you question your spirituality.
Lyn has called out Ole Willy for being disingenuous by saying he doesn’t know who she is yet they have a baby together. She told Mpasho.co.ke
Why would he deny his flesh n blood…a person who is his copyright….just to maintain his career? I believe we are all humans and make mistakes but accepting our mistakes and asking for forgiveness from God is always the best thing.
is it a responsibility that he is afraid off for him to deny his flesh and blood or is it that he wants to maintain his career for him to deny his own son…what is he saving? material things or his relationship with his son?
We contacted Ole Willy for comment on Friday, and our calls went unanswered.
He later took to social media to talk about ‘tough times in the wilderness’ quoting several chapters from the Bible. He wrote;
‘Wilderness experience” is usually a tough time in which a believer endures discomfort and trials. The pleasant things of life are unable to be enjoyed, or they may be absent altogether, and one feels a lack of encouragement. A “wilderness experience” is often a time of intensified temptation and spiritual attack. It can involve a spiritual, financial, or emotional drought. Having a “wilderness experience” is not necessarily a sign that a believer is sinning; rather, it is a time of God-ordained testing.
A “wilderness experience” is often linked to a “mountaintop experience”; that is, the struggle follows a success of some kind. The period of trial comes on the heels of a period of accomplishment or achievement.
There are several biblical examples of people enduring a “wilderness experience.” The people of Israel, in leaving Egypt, experienced a miraculous deliverance through the Red Sea. The triumph of finally being free from slavery was their “mountaintop experience.” Yet what followed was a journey through the desert. They were tried in an actual wilderness, and they failed the test. As a result, their “wilderness experience” stretched to forty years.
Others who can be said to have had a “wilderness experience” include the prophet Elijah (1 Kings 19:1–9); the apostle Paul (Galatians 1:17–18); and, of course, the patriarch Job.
Jesus also had a ‘wilderness experience.’ After Jesus’ baptism, “at once the Spirit sent him out into the wilderness, and he was in the wilderness forty days, being tempted by Satan” (Mark 1:12–13). Jesus’ experience teaches us some important facts: 1) it is not a sin to be tempted; 2) it is God’s will that times of testing come our way—Jesus was “full of the Holy Spirit” when He went into the wilderness (Luke 4:1).
We decided to text him and he blue ticked us