After gospel artiste Willy Paul warned fellow colleague from Tanzania, Rayvanny aka Vannyboy that no one successfully steals from him, the scandal has taken a new twist.

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Last week, Willy Paul aka Poze claimed Rayvany had stolen his ideas after their failed collaboration.

After their first hit 'Mmmh' which remains to be a big hit up to date, the two went in the studio for another collabo dubbed "Chuchuma', which did not happen, reasons known to themselves.

"Okay, what´s up people. I would like to bring this to the attention of everyone, there is somebody trying to steal from a Kenyan, and my friend listen, nobody steals from Pozee," Willy Paul said.

However, the scandal between these two highly celebrated artistes has taken a new twist after another singer and producer based in Mombasa, Kelechi Africana, claimed the song and the whole 'Chuchuma' idea.

It is alleged that it is the 'Ring' hitmaker started the 'Chuchuma' idea. He then had Willy Paul and Rayvanny listen to the tune, only for them to start 'fighting' for his song.

In a video shared by Mseto East Africa, Kelechi also has his version of Chuchuma, raising the big question, among Willy Paul, Rayvanny and Kelechi African; who stole the song, and from who?

Rayvanny has not yet responded to the allegations.