Big Brother contestant, Prezzo proclaims unflinching and eternal love for Goldie.
By Christabel Abiodun
First runner-up of the recently concluded Big Brother All Star TV reality Show, Prezzo, met with select journalists at a press conference which held today at The Place, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos.
The 32 year old Kenyan rapper who was garbed in a flowing cream coloured Agbada said he was in Nigeria to win back his Nigerian love interest, Goldie. According to him, he travelled all the way from his native country to apologize and propose to Goldie, if she gives him an opportunity. Prezzo who will be performing alongside Jay Z in a show to hold in U.S later in the month has set the record straight.
“I went into the house with the mind to make my country proud and make the money and along the line, I developed feelings for Goldie and I still do up till now as I speak. We have not spoken together as I speak, so I am here to get a hold of her and apologize. Ever since the show ended, I have not been the same as I have been thinking about her (Goldie). From what was supposed to be just a game, I developed feelings for her. I just want her to give me just 30mins. I pray she answers my call, because I feel everything happens for a reason. There were a couple of ladies in the house, but my mind chose her. Goldie and I are on the same path that is why we flowed together.”
“During my stay in the house, I told Biggie about my feelings for Goldie on several occasions so I was not playing games with Goldie. The most important thing as far as I am concerned, is what happens outside the house when the cameras are off and not inside the house. I have no regrets going into Big Brother house; it was an experience of a lifetime. I am here just for Goldie and not to build a fan base in Nigeria. I want Goldie to give this Maasai Warrior one more chance. Honestly, the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step once Goldie picks up her call we can pick it up from there because I want to spend the rest of my life with her. I know it is not easy to convince Goldie but I love her and I know the feeling is mutual. When I left Kenya to SA, my mission was to win the money and make my country proud but when I got into the house, as an individual nature took its course and I developed feelings for her even as I speak to you now.”
No married man with his right senses will go into the competition. I was once married but we have been separated for two and a half years now but we have a beautiful daughter together. My divorce is an ongoing process; we don’t live together any longer. My ex wife knows that our relationship cannot work so there is no string attached as far as we are both concerned. It didn’t work out so we went our separate ways.
For anyone who feels I offended them while I was in the competition, I ask for their forgiveness. Remember the house can bring out the best or worst from anybody. I have a mother, sister and daughter so I am really sorry.”
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