Fuzzy modal logic of probability is one of the ways to formalize probabilistic reasoning by logical means; most often, the formalism is two-layered, distinguishing between the formulas for events and the formulas for the probabilities of events. Hitherto, fuzzy modal logics of probability known from the literature have only been propositional, which severely limits their expressive power. In this talk, I will propose a predicate variant for the simple case of crisp events and unconditional probabilities.