Big Brother Naija ex-housemate, Vandora, who was one of the first housemates to leave the reality show, has reacted to the backlash she faced on Monday for celebrating Tobi’s eviction and supporting Cee-C.
Vandora who stated that she disliked Tobi for saying things she does not appreciate and that her dislike for Tobi is a mutual feeling, further explained why she celebrated Tobi’s eviction during the grand finale of the reality TV show.
She said, ”You are coming at me for… hating Tobi, have you ever seen me on Team Tobi?
”Tobi said things I don’t appreciate, I do not like him and he does not like me either, we are cool like that.
”Stop hating on me for supporting Cee-c.”
Recall that the grand finale of the Big Brother Naija reality show on Sunday, came with much surprises even after Miracle emerged winner of the grand prize of N25million at the finale.
Nina was the first to be evicted, before Alex left as the second runner-up. Tobi, a huge favourite, was the next to be evicted in a move that shocked many.
On the other hand, it seems Princess who was evicted from the reality show along Bitto has found her calling as she dripping in a new photo she shared. Big brother Naija 2018 housemate, Princess Onyejekwe is serving some hotness in this sultry new photos she released on her Instagram page.
She donned a black under-wear as paint dripped down her body. She captioned it;
“Opinions are like colours some are warm,others are cool.but a fine blend of them only makes you more beautiful. Stay true to thyself.PRINCESS THE PRIMA-DONNA••”
Princess who was evicted alongside her strategic partner, Bitto was greatly criticized for having inconsistent and varying accents.
In an interview with African Magic, Princess while blaming too much watching of Television, said she wasn’t speaking different accents. She said her personality on the show was a true reflection of who she is.
She said, “I wasn’t speaking different accents, I just go back and forth a lot. And if anyone knows that when you go back and forth, it goes up and down.
“So that’s not my fault, I’ve probably watched too much TV, I don’t know, But then, I speak fluent English, fluent pidgin, fluent Igbo. I’m a true Nigerian.”