What is it about people in the industry who feel the need to constantly fight over the same recycled guava? Guys, Kenya has 40 million people, over half of whom are female. Of that, the basic ratio of unattractive lasses to hot chics is 5:1.
There is no such thing as a unicorn. You will get a hot chic after surveying 5 unattractive ones. What the hell is this Oneitis disease that has Prezzo and Colonel Mustafa feuding over one guava?!
Prezzo was recently on Mambo Mseto over at Citizen Radio and while there he took shots at Colonel Mustafa over said guava, the one belonging to Michelle Yola. And the one thing I do not understand is that they do not seem to understand that she is not a goat. She chooses whomever she wants to give guava to.
But no. Prezzo is still hung up on the guava and Colonel Mustafa believes it is worth fighting over. Atleast Prezzo knows engaging in a physical fight would be a waste. This is what he said:
“Basically, let’s say his game is down. When they come to me, they say that he has not been satisfying them sexually. I take up the job as a brother and make them happy.
“That guy is a primitive man, who has a short memory. I am never inclined toward battling him. Though, I understand his troubles. He wants to get back on his feet musically, but he is finding it to be very difficult. No one listens to his music, no one understands his music. Instead of politely approaching and requesting me – the king – to help him revive his career, which is headed for the abyss, he resorts to beefing.
He should not beef with me to gain popularity. At my age, the music that I produce is top quality. I do not release songs such as Dodoma Singida. If he learns some manners, I will certainly boost him in his career. Moustapha is not a man I would fight; I would only undo my belt and whip him seriously. After he learns some manners, I would offer to help him find his feet.”
Hizi nyani mbili zinasinya!