Nigerian singer, Goldie seems not to be pleased with Big Brother Africa StarGame representative, Prezzo’s visit to Nigeria and his subsequent public declaration that he wants to finish a love relation he started with her.

Prezzo disclosed to journalists Wednesday at The Place, Ikeja, Lagos that he was in the country to propose to Goldie, his love during the reality show which ended on August 5.

Goldie and Prezzo developed an on-and-off love affair while they were contestants at the Big Brother Africa Stargame show which was in its seventh season.

The Kenyan rapper disclosed that he was in Nigeria for a serious and unfinished business, which is proposing to Goldie to marry him.

He was quoted to have said, “My mission here is to look for Goldie. I have not spoken to her since the show ended. I came here for Goldie. In all honesty, I care about her and she cares about me. With God on my side, I pray everything works out well.”

Although the visit has grabbed media attention in Nigerian and the Big Brother Africa community, no official word has been heard from the woman at the centre of the love rave – Goldie.

However checks by Myjoyonline.com at her official twitter handle @GoldieHarvey shows that the bubbly musician is not enthused about the Kenyan rapper’s visit.

“Good afternoon madam, is it true that Prezzo is in town?” a fan quizzed with Goldie replying, “I also heard the pope is catholic. Is it true?”

Goldie twitted later that, “Gone R d days wen a problem shared is a problem solved; nowadays a problem shared becomes a topic of discussion. So keep ur problems 2urself!” leaving the door ajar as to who it is directed to.

She again twitted: “Any1 can say anything, after all talk is cheap. But it’s in ur ACTIONS dat we’ll C ur tru intentions&where ur heart lies.”

Fans and the media definitely cannot wait to hear the Say My Name singer, Goldie’s official comments and reaction to Prezzo’s love quest.

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