Daniel Duncan-Williams has been in the news recently for his outbursts on social media.
The budding musician, who is a son of the General Overseer of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has nine tracks under the stage name Dee Wills on his ‘SoundCloud’ discography.
One of his most popular tracks on the music streaming platform is titled Dear Daddy (Sorry Oh).
In the three-minute audio tune released a year ago, Dee Wills apologised to his father.
“Daddy, I’m sorry oh, had to tell it and now they know my story oh,” he said in the song.
This is not toli oh, speak truth was always the goal… No mean to hurt you, I’m so sorry for letting it go. And now the people know, put me in the news and TV oh, now they know my face but you told me this from back in the days.
Love no be love if you say love this but I can’t love that. Love no be love if you say love this but I can’t love rap.
The song was uploaded in 2019 after a video of him smoking popped up on the internet.
Listen to the entire song below;