Controversial but flashy Kenyan rapper CMB Prezzo has revealed that he is selling avocados to beat the effects of Covid-19.
In an interview with Jalas on his YouTube channel, the rapper said that coronavirus pandemic pushed him to think outside the box and develop a survival tactic.
“Yes, I am an essential service provider. I supply avocados. This is the best part of being an artist. You use what you have to make songs. That is my situation and I fused it in my lines,” he said.
In a recent song that the rapper did with P-unit Hot Step, he talks about his new hustle which prompted Jalas to ask him about his new hustle.
In his rap, he says “Niko na essentials za ma avocado. Makarao kwa roadblock songa kando.”
However, pundits are not buying this avocado selling stuff and they believe it just for hyping his new song.
But Prezzo is not new tp courting controversy. Three years ago, the rapper CMB Prezzo was arrested after he allegedly tried to hijack a resident at Nyayo Estate. By then it is believed he was high on narcos.
Prezzo had visited a friend and after a long stay, he is reported to have emerged looking stoned. It was then when he reportedly tried to hijack a resident before security officers arrested him and called the police.
According to sources, Prezzo pulled out his gun and threatened the security guard in the early morning drama that lasted over an hour.
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In a video that was recorded before the arrest, Prezzo looked disillusioned as he argued with security guards before his girlfriend Yola grabbed him off the cameras.
After the arrest, he was locked up at Embakasi Police station.
According to sources, Prezzo had differed with his girlfriend before the drama started. The agitated Prezzo then stormed out of the house, unleashing the drama before the resident association got involved.