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Sauce Kid Open Up On His 2-Year Prison Experience

Nigerian rapper, Sauce Kid, also known as Sinzu,
was recently released from prison and has
revealed that being behind bars gave him time to
reflect and put plans in place for his music
career.
The rapper served a two-year sentence for card fraud in a US
federal prison and was released in March this year.
He was charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, eight
counts each of bank fraud and aggravated identity theft, and
possession of 15 or more fraudulent bank cards.
Speaking about his time in prison in an interview with Moni Talks,
Sauce Kid said he could have done a lot in the two years he spent
behind bars.
He said: “It is two years I can’t take back. I could have done a
whole lot in that two years but at the same time, it gave me time
to figure out a plan and execute.”
The rapper, born Babalola Falemi, said he “was keeping up with
who is popping” while he was in prison.
“I heard some of Burna Boy’s stuff, Wiz’s stuff, David’s stuff,” he
said.
Asked whether he sees himself doing a Shaku Shaku song, he
said: “Probably not. Everybody has their way. Everybody has their
vibe. I don’t think that’s my vibe.
“I can enjoy it. That’s like a different lane. Me trying to do that
might make me uncomfortable on a record cos I won’t know what
to say.”
Commenting on the state of Nigerian hip-hop, Sauce Kid said
“everyone is singing” nowadays.
He said: “A lot of people sing so I don’t think there’s actually hip
hop at the moment. The guys that I remember who used to rap
are MI, Ice Prince, YungSix, Modenine, Nateo C, Ikechukwu.
“There’s nothing wrong switching up but I feel hip-hop is a craft
and if you are true to your craft, it’s going to come in, but if it
doesn’t, it doesn’t.”

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