Gospel truth: Artist blackmailed into paying child support for another man’s child
1 months ago, 21 Apr 09:19
There are times he went without food and accumulated rent arrears to pay for child support after a girl he had a one-night-stand with told him she had his child. Now, Paul Onyango aka Boss, the celebrated gospel singer formerly of the group Men of God (MOG) exclusively reveals to Pulse magazine his heartache and fury after the supposed baby-mama came clean and confessed it was all a lie:
For more than three years now, Paul Onyango aka Boss has been toiling day and night to make ends meet as he seeks to pay child support for a child he supposedly fathered in 2015. It is a story filled with fury and torment, a nasty experience where the victim-turned-villain has been fleecing the former MOG singer. Now, she says it was all a lie.
Looking distressed, Boss, a withdrawn music star, gathers his courage, sips his soft drink and as if weary of unseen enemies, throws his eyes around before he mumbles a ‘hi’.
It is quiet in this restaurant and we have assured him that ‘it will be all right’. Besides, for days, he had been looking for us to let it all off his chest
Far beyond the old woes that befell the award-winning gospel group, MOG, after Kenty, one member of the trio, was accused of impregnating a fan, a scandal that tore the group members apart at the height of their singing career back in 2015, a member of MOG found himself in a fresh one…and you are hearing it from us.
As the coffee steams on, I notice that Boss has grown a bit more mature, his dreadlocks are longer and, now, he has a fresh cut look; his black suit sits well on him. Though a bit jittery as some fans notice him, he remains composed and expectant and as anxiety kicks in, he shoots first.
“You are good?” he greets me, taking a moment to pull his seat closer.
“Oh yeah…I am good bro. It’s been a minute. What’s kicking,” I break the ice, easing the tension with another hot sip.
He nods as he slices his fingers through his dreads, and then rests his left hand on his chin. A thin smile flashes across his face. We are good to go.
“You have been looking for us… so here we are. Must be some good news…Is it a launch or something… wedding bells, perhaps?” I ask, my phone recorder set and my notebook and pen ready to get the big story.
“It is not good news. In fact, it is the complete opposite. I have been exploited mentally and financially by a certain lady called Tina. I have been going through this since 2015 and I can’t keep this a secret anymore. So I called you because I wanted to let it out…let the public know the truth,” head bowed down, he lets out.
“Tina sings with the Swahili Jazz band. You probably know her. She also says she is a journalist. When I met her back in 2015, she sounded like ...
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