BBNaija star, Bella excited as Royal Hair renews her contract

Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up’ contestant, Bella Okagbue has been retained by Royal Hair Limited as its brand ambassador.

The reality TV star took to her social media pages on Friday, March 22 to inform fans that she has renewed her contract with the luxury hair brand owned by Steve Maduka.

Bella excited as Royal Hair renews her contract

Bella shared a photo of herself and Maduka at the official signing and stated that she is super excited about the development as it’s been an amazing working experience.

She wrote; “Super excited to be renewing my contract for the third time with Royal hairs. It’s been an amazing working experience. Can’t wait for what is to come 🤍A brand that literally has my heart”

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Meanwhile, in an Instagram post, the Anambra-born BBNaija alumni criticised Nigerians, saying 99 percent of them are solely interested in hyping and profiting off other people’s wealth without considering its source.

The brand influencer, who’s dating Sheggz, explained she does not want to raise her children in a society where it is common practice to marry someone who is unable to disclose the source of their income.

She went on to advise parents to work very hard in order to ensure that their children marry for love and not for money.

Bella wrote; “99% of Nigerians don’t care about how you make your money. They just want to hype you and tap into your wealth without caring about your source of income. It even feels like doing an illegal job is normalised in this day and age.

You’d be seen as important in the society if you are rich and it’s quite sad cause I don’t want to bring up my kids in such an environment where they think it’s okay to hurt people to get there or it’s okay to marry people that you cannot account for their source of income.

Hustle o, so you can give your kids the best life so your kids can marry for love and not for hunger so in their own world they would never be able to relate to certain lifestyle or associate with certain people. Most importantly, teach them contentment so when it’s not all rosy, they’d never look the wrong way.”