Friday, 29 April 2016
Singer Big Eye's ex, Sheila Don Zella who is now into singing was appearing on NTV the Beat to premiere her first video dubbed Tabbu. The mom of three was once Big Eye's promoter, graduated into moving out only to have a child together and now, they've all moved separate ways.
Sheila struggled to convince the TV host that her Tabbu song wasn't about Big Eye but the lyrics say it all. In the song; Sheila says a weak baller will quit the field way before "half time" and the same applies to weak men who will opt on quitting their homes.
"I now got one who can do me right, how can you leave a winning team to go to the losing team," she goes on to say in her Tabbu song.
The singer who compares herself to Kim Kardashian went on to break her business dealings to events promotion, real estate and also responsible for taking people abroad.
When asked whether she had a fling with Eddy Kenzo, her heart skipped a bit but later bounced back to say that nothing went down. Sheila met Big Eye at the time when he was still signed to Kenzo's Big Talent crew.
Sheila was asked about Big Eye's car being burnt, the brown skin gal said it wasn't her, It was only a concidence.
Asked about other "guys"....
I'm close to Papa Cidy because he is a designer and when it comes to Don MC, there's nothing serious between us. I still have issues with Suudi and it's court case so I don't wanna talk about it on air.
Sheila concluded her interview by letting those who thought she was searching that she had bounced back to her first Mzungu and therefore not available.
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