Popular musician Prezzo will go down as one of the most acclaimed rappers of his generation. The man who came onto the scene in the early-2000’s as the bling-king has kept himself relevant not only with his music but his antics away from the mike.
The man recently did an interview with CTA and had some crazy confessions to make about his past that shocked many. Part of that interview is in the article below;
The interview delved into many topics and one of those was his relationship with singer Sheila Mwanyigah alias Nikki. The rapper who rarely goes beyond the surface level about his past relationships spoke highly of the curvaceous presenter.
During the interview, Prezzo noted a particular incident where Sheila came through after the rapper had been detained by the police at Parklands Police Station after he got into trouble at Sarit Centre.
The “Let’s get down” rapper explained that when the OCS came, things turned south for him and he was put in a cell which they referred to as statehouse. “When the OCS came on Sunday morning, I went to talk to him and he told me that he does not talk to criminals. I was then sent into a cell and you know at Parklands Police Station there are two cells one is called statehouse and the usual one, I was locked up in statehouse cell,” he said.
In his attempts to get help, the Big Brother Africa finalist tried calling his uncle for help who was not forthcoming. That is when the rapper called Mwanyigha who became the friend who helped him in his need.
“Nikki men! The last person that you expect to pull up for you is the person who pulls up for you. Nikki came. She came with two juices and she got an apple and an orange,” he said.
The rapper added that the Sheila contacted her mom who was the head of Parklands Police Station to get him out and ensured that there were no criminal records for him.
“Believe it or not, she is the one who took care of it. She went and talked to her mom and told her she had to get me out. This is the last person I expected to come through for me. For that, I will forever be grateful to her. She made sure I was okay and I did not have any criminal record and I got my firearm back,” he added.