All is not well for Rwanda’s hip hop starJoshua Tuyishimire aka Jay Polly after showing up in the studios of Isango star radio in a show dubbed Sunday Night where his fans accused him of being too drunk to even answer questions.
The incident happened on Sunday 27th July live on Sunday Night show at Isango star radio where he was hosted to explain his strategies to win the soon to end PGGSSS4 competition.
During the interview, rapper Jay Polly kept talking about Tuff Gangz reunion to every question paused to him which led to Sunday Night listeners to suspect that the rapper was high on some substance.
The situation got worse and listeners decided to send warning messages on Sunday Night official face book page asking whether the rapper is drunk and others wondered how someone can be allowed to speak on radio listened by millions of Rwandese while drunk.
“He is a talented artiste but seems not to be normal because a decent person can’t go on the radio listened by millions of Rwandese drunk to that extent,” commented one Paul J Besige.
Besige added that I don’t know what his management team is doing because he is supposed to be a role model and it’s not the first time I heard him on air drunk.
“Bad manners, what a drunkard,” posted by Joe Neney
“Hahahaha, guys tell me the truth, if Jay Polly is not drunk for real?” asked by Diana Gasasira Muhoza.
This is a challenge that needs to be handled carefully in showbiz industry because listeners have complained several times about drunkard artists and presenters that go on air while high but nothing has been done by radio stations bosses.
Under normal circumstances, a radio presenter is not allowed to host live on air a person suspected to be high on alcohol or any other illegal substance but it’s done the other way around in most of the local showbiz radio shows.
Sunday Night show is the most celebrated entertainment radio show across the country with huge number of listeners especially youth.
Jay Polly is currently contesting in Rwanda’s finest music competition Primus Guma Guma and is likely to win the competition.
The Tuff Gangs former lead rapper is also one of the Rwanda’s best artistes with huge number of fans across the country both adults and youth.
This is not the first time the rapper has been accused of abusing drugs.
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