Reality TV star, Uriel Oputa says she felt like she ruined her chances after her eviction from the recently concluded Big Brother Naija All Stars.
The YouTuber who was among the 20 contestants returning for a second time, got evicted after just three weeks on the show.
Uriel participated in the See Gobe edition and she was also evicted in the within the fifth week after Miyonse, Soma, Gifty and Cocoice.
Uriel reflected on her brief stay in the BBNaija All Stars house in 2023 and said she felt bad but God had bigger plans for her.
She wrote: “I left All stars feeling like I messed up my chances. 3 weeks on the show. But God said Uubeekee 3 weeks is all you need. Feeling blessed. God is good.”
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Meanwhile in another news…
A former contestant of Big Brother Naija, Natacha Akide, better known as Tacha, has said the All Stars edition was for her colleagues who did not make good use of their first chance.
The ‘Pepper Dem’ star made the assertion as she explained why she didn’t participate in the just concluded BBNaija season 8.
Tacha said she gets brand deals regularly, enjoys hosting her Big Friday show on Cool FM, and she was not willing to sacrifice any of that to return to the Big Brother house where she’ll be receiving ”peanuts.”
The self acclaimed Port Harcourt First Daughter, spoke in a feature article as she covered the latest issue of The Will Downtown Magazine.
Tacha, who was disqualified from the show in 2019, noted that the All Stars season was for former housemates who “probably did not utilize their first chances”, and she doesn’t fit in that category.
In her words; “Some specific deliverables and obligations must come through for me, plus I am constantly getting back-to-back bookings from brands. To leave all of this and then go on a show where I’m going to get paid peanuts isn’t worth it.
“I’m enjoying my work at Cool FM every Friday, and I won’t leave my fans hanging. In my opinion, the show is really for, let’s say, people who probably do not utilise their first chances, and honestly, to just be fair, I do not fall into that category”.