CeeC, Venita shouldn’t have returned if they didn’t want to be disrespected – Christy O

Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up’ contestant, Christy O, has taken a swipe at All Stars housemates, Venita and CeeC who recently complained about their colleagues being disrespectful towards them at their age.

She said if Venita, 36 and CeeC, 30 did not want to be disrespected then they should not have gone back to the populous reality TV show.

Christy O made the comments during a recent interview with Pulse, where she also clarified a tweet that she made about being surprised to see some of their colleagues back in Season 8 which premiered on July 23.

She revealed that that she was surprised to see Angel and Ilebaye back on the show because they often complained about their mental health challenge during and after participating in their individual seasons.

Expanding on her message to CeeC, she recalled when the Enugu-born actress said that some of them would not be able to collect her number if they see her at an event.

In the matter of Venita demanding to be placed on a pedestal on the basis of her age, Christy O stated that all of them on the show were all called back to participate and they agreed so none should feel like they are above the rest.

Watch her speak below:

In other news…

Chief Executive Officer of BLord Group, Linus Ifejika has indicated interest in purchasing the 152 bitcoins seized from notorious internet fraudster, Olalekan Jacob Ponle, popularly known as Mr Woodberry.

This comes amid reports that the United States authorities (FBI) plans to sell the bitcoins following Ponle’s guilty plea to $8 million wire fraud, according to a document filed Friday, July 8 at the U.S District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

Mr Woodberry was said to have agreed to forfeit all proceeds of the wire fraud, which he committed using the name ‘Mark Kain’.

The federal authorities called on interested persons to file a claim for the property within 30 days and register with valid documents, saying they would “provide written notice to any person known to have alleged an interest in the property that is the subject of the preliminary order of forfeiture.”

In reaction to the development, B-Lord informed the Federal Bureau of Investigations that he N3billion is available for the acquisition.

He wrote; “@ fbi wetin come be our work?? We buying bitcoin 247 non stop , 3 Billion dey ground , Just hit my dm asap lets trade it on @jetpay.ng or whatsapp me…asap , Drop welsfargo account only, rate na 780/$ now”

It was reported earlier that US prosecutors said if nobody comes forward to claim ownership of the seized assets, they would proceed to advertise their sale.

“The United States shall publish notice of this order and of its intent to dispose of the property,” the federal authorities said in the motion filed by Morris Pasqual, an acting U.S. attorney overseeing the case.

Woodberry was arrested in Dubai on June 10, 2020, alongside his friend and associate, Ramon ‘Hushpuppi’ Abbas after which they were handed over to the FBI. He is currently at a correctional facility in Chicago, Illinois.