Jamaican musician Alaine has schooled top Kenya gospel artiste Willy Paul on the need to be thankful in life.
This comes a day after Willy Paul alleged that Alaine had blocked him on social media.
In an Instagram post, Alaine tactfully responded to Willy Paul's claims focusing more on the need to be thankful to God for the many blessings he has bestowed upon them.
"Willy... everything will be alright. It is all about the music, and specifically, all about God. Thanking Him for all His blessings, despite obstacles, despite enemies, in spite of ourselves. We know HE has a plan for us to prosper us and to give us a future with hope. We know how far He’s taken us and trust Him with the future," Alaine's Instagram post read in part.
Regarding the potential of ever working with Willy Paul again, Alaine admitted that they have special music chemistry, and asked the Kenyan musician whether he would be open to another collaboration.
Their first song 'I do' was a big hit in Kenya and the East African region.
"One thing is for sure.. we have great musical chemistry.... so... what do you think ..... one more song??? Let’s unblock some blessings...," she said.