Contestant in the ongoing Big Brother Naija All Stars, Angel Smith has said that past male winners of the reality show didn’t deserve to win their seasons.
She mentioned Miracle; winner of 2018 edition, Laycon; who won the 2020 season, and White Money, the 2021 winner, saying that there were more deserving women in their seasons that should have gone home with the grand prize.
Angel bared her mind during her Diary session with Big Brother on Tuesday, as she argued the women were more entertaining as they brough the dram, intrigue and outfits those seasons.
She said; “I don’t think Laycon, Miracle, and Whitemoney deserved to win their seasons. Women brought all the drama, outfits and deserved to win those seasons, in my opinion.”
The runner-up in season 3 was Cee-C, while Dorathy was the runner up in season 5, and season 6 saw Liquorose being in the top two.
In similar news…
Big Brother Naija All Stars housemate, Ike Onyema, has ruled out the possibility of past winners, Mercy Eke and White Money winning the reality show for the second time.
Mercy, who is Ike’s estranged ex-girlfriend was crowned winner of the ‘Pepper Dem’ edition while White Money won the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ season.
Speaking with Angel on Monday about the prospects for this new season, the US-born blogger said it will almost be impossible for either Mercy or White to win again.
He said; “I was shocked seeing two former winners here, no way. I’m sorry, them no go chop this money twice. I have no problem with her [Mercy] but I know she’s a threat”.
Angel asked: “So, you guys won’t talk?”
Ike replied: “Obviously, with time. Right now, no. She is the kind of person that if you let her, she would take advantage. We can just be cool.”
Meanwhile in other news…
Kiddwaya, has offered his colleague, Ceec, the sum of N120 million if she would leave the show with him. That is the equivalent of the grand prize that the winner of the All Stars edition would be going home with. Kiddwaya made her the offer on Sunday night, shortly after the host, Ebuka ushered both of them into the house.
Despite how mouthwatering it was, CeeC rejected the offer, citing lack of trust for him as her reason. The Enugu-born housemate said she wouldn’t take the risk because the offer was coming from a man.
Kiddwaya said; “How about I give you the N120 million to make you leave right now? You don’t need Biggie’s money. When you have Kiddwaya’s money you don’t need Biggie’s money.”
CeeC responded: “I don’t trust you. You are a man. I don’t trust men.”