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Nigerian rapper Ice Prince finally admits -I messed up in former relationship. Last year January, rumors made the rounds that (now ex) girlfriend Maima was cheating on him with a married man, and this eventually led to their break up.
Ice Prince severally occasions shut down the cheating rumors, saying “Maima is not guilty in all of this”.
While Ice Prince disclosed that he’s single, he added that Maima didn’t cheat on him, saying he was the one that “messed up”.
“She didn’t cheat on me. I never caught her cheating and I never suspected her to be cheating on me. I was the one that messed up,” the rapper told PUNCH’s Saturday Beats, adding “That is all I can tell you. It is gone now. I don’t intend to say how I messed up. Right now, I am single.”
When asked if he has gotten over Maima
I’m not trying to get over her, I am over her already. I am trying to rearrange my life and make money and establish my brand.”
When asked why he left Chocolate City.
I left because I needed to grow. My relationship with Chocolate City is the same. You can call them over there and ask them. They are my blood. Our relationship is beyond music. It wasn’t music that brought us together in the first place. We are family. There is nothing in the world that can affect me and Chocolate City. I have been there for almost six years. Nobody should babysit me forever. I don’t regret leaving.
I’m still in the stage of putting my record label together. I told my fans they shouldn’t expect me to start signing artistes immediately. I am trying to learn the trade of bringing up an artiste. It might take me time but I will get it right.
Read the full interview here.
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