Beverly Osu reveals she dropped out of university when she started gaining fame

Popular Nigerian actress and model, Beverly Osu, has revealed why she dropped out of Babcock University at a young age.

She said she was doing well in the university but because she was a 16-year-old working as a video vixen, she faced criticism from her peers and society in general.

Beverly said she used to get into trouble every weekend because of her job as a vixen as people used to take her pictures to school at the time she was becoming famous.

Beverly Osu dropped out of university

The former Big Brother Africa contestant opened up during the latest episode of The Discourse, adding that she made the decision to leave school ‘before it gets sour’.

According to the reality TV star, her mum found it hard to believe when she eventually dropped out and they got into a quarrel about it.

Beverly said; “In Babcock University everything was nice and education was going well but because I was on TV at the age of 16 as a video vixen Nigerians did not understand the term video vixen then so they always used to criticise me and take pictures to school. I used to get in trouble in school every weekend, and I mean every weekend.

“I just felt that let me leave before it gets sour, you know how Babcock is, it’s very strict for lack of a better word. I left because I felt so comfortable doing what I was doing and I knew I couldn’t balance it, so I left.

“My mum didn’t believe that I left and she was like ‘After all the money I paid.’ We had struggled back and forth because of it but at a point, she just knew that ‘This girl is determined and Ada would do what Ada wants to do.’ I strived because I knew that modelling was it for me”.