Big Brother Naija Level Up housemate, Bella Okagbue says she does not want to end her relationship with Sheggz.
She stated this while having a converation with Chichi about the frequent quarrels and reconciliations she and Sheggz go through.
This comes after she broke down in tears on Monday when they agreed to stop dating but they still got back together later.
Speaking with Chichi on the dining table, Bella said she wants the relationship with Sheggz so badly because he is everything she’s always wanted.
According to the sister of actor, Chris Okagubue, she does not believe that she can ever see another guy like him again.
She admitted that he has some bad sides but added that it can be managed because his good trait supersedes the negative.
Chichi, on her part noted that she wants something similar with Deji who was evicted on Sunday. She said that she never thinks she can see someone like Deji ever again.
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BELLA: I can never find someone like Sheggz again. I’m not ready to end things with him because I want it so badly. He’s everything’s that I’ve always wanted#bbnaija #bbnaijas7 pic.twitter.com/sFYbwp8rVF— Sabi Radio (@TheSabiRadio) September 5, 2022
Recall that Sheggz and Bella got into heated argument on Monday because he questioned her for dancing with Chichi and Deji during the party on Saturday night.
He had complained to her that she hugs male housemates and does not respect or listen when he expresses displeasure with her behaviour.
However, she argued that his his definition of a perfect woman does not exist and went on to tell him to create his own woman because she is done with their relationship.
Bella said; ”I don’t want anyone to understand me, I just need my mom. Everyone is against me. Please, can I breathe? Leave me alone. You don’t let me talk. You conclude that’s the way I am. Yes, I agree I’m not the nicest person, I don’t care to be friends with anyone outside here, if it will end here, let it end here, if it will continue, let it continue but I don’t push things with anyone. You don’t know where I’m coming from, what has happened in my life or why I’m this way. Over the years you don’t know what I have seen or been through, I will rather die with them than say it. I don’t want to tear up saying them.”