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Rapper Sauce Kid Has Been Released from US prison

Rapper Sauce Kid Has Been Released from US prison

Popular Nigerian rapper, Sinzu as he is popularly called has once again regained freedom after serving in the US prison for two years.

The rapper who suddenly disappeared from the entertainment scene as a result of his jail term was charged for credit card fraud.

On Sunday, March 25, 2018, a video surfaced on Instagram, captioned

“My bro is back!! SINZU”


In the video, Sauce Kid can be seen in a black T-shirt and red pants and matching shoes being welcomed home.

International act, Davido, also shared in the joy via a tweet

Meanwhile, his fans have said that they hope he releases a track as soon as possible.

Sauce Kid came into the scene in 2005 with Omoge featuring Mike Okri. In 2007, he song Yebariba from his mixtape Best of Both Worlds: Money Long The Mixtape became a national anthem. Given the success in his other releases, he became recognised as the king of rap in a short time coming to par with Modenine.

His fame took a downturn when the likes of MI hit the rap scene. He came into the limelight again after mugshots of him in the US surfaced on the internet. It was later revealed that he was charged with credit card fraud and identity theft.  The rapper pleaded guilty to one of the identity theft charges brought against him and was jailed for two years for stealing $15,388.