Controversial gospel artiste Ringtone Apoko has finally dropped charges against his gospel colleague, Willy Paul.
Ringtone decided to drop the charges after a successful meeting with DJ Moh.
Ringtone was referring to Willy Paul's 'Hallelujah' song in which he featured Tanzania's Nandy. He said the word 'Hallelujah' was being used wrongly by the singer.
He also accused Willy Paul of inappropriately touching Nandy, adding that it was against Christianity for a man to touch a woman who is not his wife the way Poze did.
Ringtone went as far as preparing court papers where he listed several other charges against Willy Paul.
Unexpectedly, the singer has dropped the case after a consultative meeting with DJ Moh. However, he has sounded a warning that he will not hesitate to sue the singer in future should he ''play with the name of God".
"AFTER A HEATING CONSERVATIVE MEETING WITH @djmokenya I HAVE DROP THE CASE FOR @willy.paul.msafi HOWEVER I WILL NOT SHY FROM TAKE A LEGAL ACTION IN FUTURE IF HE PLAY WITH THE NAME OF GOD. I DARE PLAY WITH GOD AGAIN (sic)," he posted.