2 November 2012

Nigeria: BBA's Goldie Denies Dating Prezzo

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Nigerian star Goldie

Former Big Brother Stargame housemates of 2012, Goldie Harvey and the second runner up, Prezzo, who once were sworn enemies following the rumour sparked off by their controversial relationship, have been seen travelling around together.

The 32 year old Kenyan artiste visited Lagos to plead with Goldie to rekindle their love after the evictions that he last saw after the eviction.

Following his visit, Goldie who is two years younger than Prezzo and was the last Nigerian to be evicted from the hotly contested game show, travelled to Kenya in September and was reportedly seen painting the East African country red with Prezzo. She also travelled with him to the United States to attend the Jay-Z's Barclays series concert.

But the Nigerian musician recently told reporters that "I am not dating Prezzo. The state of things between us is still the same way as the state of things between me and anyone in Big Brother. We are all friends. I didn't go to Kenya to see him, I attended an event. People are just assuming there's something going on between us more so that we chose to remain silent over the rumors. Well, everybody is just working for a soap opera that will never come".

Even after the betrayal by the Kenyan artiste who nominated the Nigerian songstress for eviction during the game in July 8, their love grew stronger and Prezzo expressed his feelings weeks later after the 'Touch My Body' singer was sent packing from the game on July 15.

It would be recalled that while the duo were in the game, their romance was lost to no one including the audience and other members of the Big Brothers House.

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