I’ll stop hugging people – BBN’s Vee laments over price of deodorant

Reality TV star and singer, Victoria Adeyele popularly known as Vee, has announced that she would stop hugging people in general.

The Big Brother Naija ex-housemate lamented about the price of deodorant in the market and noted that a lot of people were not using it when it was affordable, so she is scared of hugging anyone now that it is expensive.

I’ll stop hugging people - Vee laments

Vee who stated this via her official Twitter account disclosed that will only resume hugging people when the price of deodorant goes down.

She wrote: “I’m not hugging anyone until the price of deodorant goes down. Some of you weren’t using it when it was 1k, God help us now that it’s 5k.”

The 27-year-old musician also expressed deep concern about the skyrocketing price of wigs and cost of maintenance

“I’m getting tired of wigs. The prices, the maintenance, the heat. It’s all too much for me right now,” she said.

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CorrectNG reported earlier that actor and philanthropist, Williams Uchemba lamented about the poor electricity supply and unavailability of diesel to power generators across the country.

The thespian said he lives in an estate in Ikoyi area of Lagos state which was popular for having interrupted power supply, however, that has changed.

Uchemba stated that things have now gone so bad that the estate that used to have electricity for 24 hours barely gets adequate power supply.

According to him, the PHCN manager in his area was contacted and he insisted that the estate chairman must come and see him,so that he can get ’Christmas money’. He further lamented about the inability of his driver to purchase diesel for him to use and power his generator as it is unavailable in most fuel stations.

The actor said that he has now resorted to speaking to his neighbours who have diesel to buy from them and that some of them have increased the price from the N1200 per litre.

‘’I am going mad in this country… The rich is not crying. The rich is dying. With all your money, you will die in Nigeria,” Uchemba said.