Inside Willy Paul’s Multimillion Mansion in Syokimau with Numerous CCTV Cameras
- Singer Willie Paul lives in a one-story mansion in Shokimau worth millions
- The singer's mansion boasts a tastefully decorated interior with numerous flat-screen TVs
- The former gospel musician has a room upstairs dedicated to storing his dozens of shoes
Kenyan musician Willie Paul invited fans to take a look at the good life he leads.
In an interview with YouTuber Mungai Eva Saldido Records chapter of Goncho dropped the cameras into his multimillion-dollar home in Shōkimau.
The musician's one-story house is located in a closed town and boasts shaded parking for his white Mercedes Benz car.
Entering the house, a friend is greeted with a rest room with numerous places. The living room has black and white photos with Willie Paul with the governor Hassan Joho and Jamaican singer Samantha J. Kelly
Willie Paul's living room
The lounge is then let into the living room with a large flat-screen TV and Chester's dark seats.
The living room also has an exhibition containing numerous awards won by the former gospel music.
“That's only a third of the awards I've received. I broke a lot of others when I was furious,” he said.
In the living room section there is a dining table that can accommodate eight people. However, the musician admitted that he rarely uses it, since he is always busy.
The dining area has a window connecting to the kitchen.
Willie takes his security Serious as one of the most prominent features of the singer's house are numerous CCTV cameras scattered both inside and out.
Upstairs, Willy has a room dedicated to storing his enviable collection of shoes with over 50 pairs.
When asked about the most spent shoes, the singer replied:
“I don't know. I usually buy whatever I want.”
Singer He also let fans into his bedroom with a huge bed and a flat-screen TV. He admitted spending more time upstarts than in the living room.
According to Willie, he's currently holding on to focus on his album.
“I don't want any distractions that would affect the release of my album,” he said.