I know I’ll not win N120m grand prize – Angel

Big Brother Naija ‘All Stars’ contestant, Angel Smith has said she will not win the N120 million grand prize.

The 23-year-old made the statement while having a conversation with her love interest, Soma, adding that she knows she will not emerge winner yet she returned to the show for a reason.

Angel was consoling Soma, who was shedding tears on Monday night due to fear of eviction after he had hoped to be pardoned by fellow housemates only for the privilege to go to Doyin.

“If I am being realistic, I will not win the N120 million. I just know God brought me back for a reason, and that reason might be you because you are going through what I went through two years ago. I care about you. I can only be there if you let me help you,” he said.

Meanwhile in another news…

Evicted Big Brother Naija ‘All Stars’ housemate, Linda “Princess” Onyejekwe has said that the N120 million grand prize can be made in many different ways.

Her statement comes amid backlash she faced over a claim that she is in a relationship with a billionaire which was why she was reserved in the BBNaija house.

Princess feels bad being the first housemate to be evicted this season, and noted that she did not expect to be evicted from the show as quickly as she was.

She said; “I still feel bad. But, there is nothing I can do about it. I just have to move on, and focus on my businesses.

“I did not see it coming. I still do not believe I should be out of the house yet. I felt I was the only one being real in the house, but it seems people did not realise that. In one’s everyday life, one doesn’t get to stir up drama for no reason.

“N120m is quite an incentive, though I only knew about the prize money when we got into the house. However, one can make that money in many different ways (without winning the show). As for me, I chose to look at the bigger picture.”

Asked if she had any unresolved issues with the members of the jury; Mike Edwards, Bisola Aiyeola and Dorathy Bachor, who are also past contestants on different editions of the show, she said; “I don’t think I have any personal ‘beef’ with any member of the eviction jury. I might not be familiar with them, but I did not think familiarity was a criterion in Biggie’s house.

I also did not know that I would be judged by a jury. If I had known about them, perhaps, I would have been better prepared mentally. When my name was called, I knew I could not have had the least number of votes, and that is true.”