Pretty Mike, whose real name is Eze Nwalie, is known for his controversial way of life. Just recently, he shared a video of himself and his s** doll named Amaka.
He also noted that calling Amaka a s** doll was offensive to him, adding that he saw her as his companion.
“I get offended when people refer to her as a s** doll. I uploaded that video because we just had a nice time together that weekend. Other people post their romantic gestures with their partners on social media, so I decided to post mine too. It’s all fun, (we’re) not harming anybody.
“We are not rushing to the s** part, we are taking our time; she is new to the country and environment. I am trying to make sure she is comfortable. At the appointed time, it will happen. I have a couple of nicknames for her but that’s personal, I have feelings towards her. A lot of people might have their various opinions about her but to me, she is what I want her to be, she is a special person,” he said
After he introduced his doll, some social media users asked how he could have emotional feelings for an inanimate object. Pretty Mike, however, noted that the most important thing was for them to understand each other.
“My response to people who say she can’t speak or move is that, even people that can talk are not perfect in relationships, they all have their own issues here and there. The bottom line is that I understand her and she understands me. I have been in relationships with ladies that can communicate but they still don’t understand the angle I am coming from.
“One of my ex-girlfriend’s still wish we could get back together, but I am in a new era of my life, just taking it one step at a time. Some people are in a relationship with people that cannot speak or hear anything and they still have a successful relationship. It all depends on what I am looking for; I can tell you that it is working.
“On a regular day, my direct message box on Instagram is always active; however, since Amaka came into my life, I have got close to 200 n*d* videos and pictures of young ladies, saying some nasty things to me. I handle them maturely. I am sensitive to people’s feelings, and most times, I just try to ignore them. The problem with our society is that they think relationship is all about s**, and that is one of the major issues we have in this country. Relationship is bigger than s**,” he told Saturday Beats.
As a successful young man, Pretty Mike also added that his supportive family members had told him to get a wife, but the socialite noted that he wasn’t searching for a wife at the moment.
“I have a family that believes in people doing what makes them happy. They have been supportive in most of things I have been doing over the years.
“They look at me as a successful young man, and they tell me I need to have a wife in the house. I have been looking and searching but I feel God’s time is the appointed time. I think for some reasons, he just put Amaka on my plate, so for now I am sticking with her. I don’t see me and her breaking up anytime soon,” he said.
Another recent controversial stunt pulled by Pretty Mike was when he took some girls who were dressed like nuns to an event. When asked to explain the reason behind the dressing, the socialite said he only saw it as a costume.
“One thing I know about life is that whatever you do, there will be some people that will go against it. That weekend I pulled my stunt was Halloween weekend; it was more like a costume. But I think our country likes to dwell on negativity. When they see something, they try not to think deeply. It was still the Halloween weekend and people were still organising costume parties. So what was the difference in me coming to an event with my girls dressed in a costume?
“I am a club owner, I feel it is part of my business; the club business is one that has a lot of dirty secrets and escapades going on for those that know what I am talking about. When I do some of the things I do, my friends, fans and customers understand where I am coming from; they appreciate it. To them, it is all entertainment. For those that are not used to nightclub business, they frown on it and see it in something different,” he said