Earlier this week, former Big Brother Nigeria housemate, Princess Onyejekwe, recently called out actor and television presenter, Uti Nwachukwu, after he declared Cynthia Nwadiora, popularly known as Cee-C, the most successful housemate of BBN 2018.
Princess who was dissatisfied by Uti’s statement on Thursday said: “I felt that as a former housemate, he should know better than to make a comparison. It’s just unnecessary.
“Many housemates have gone through a phase of depression, insecurity, anger and regret. They have also moved past it and got stronger. You can’t come and start this unspoken trivia now. It’s not cool.”
Speaking further, the light skinned beauty entrepreneur stated in a chat with Punch that she does not have personal issues with Cee-C
“Different people can read a particular meaning to an issue. What I wrote has nothing to do with Cynthia; it would be different if he (Uti) was not a former housemate.
“If it was a random celebrity talking; I wouldn’t mind because the person hasn’t experienced it.
“For someone that has been to the BBN house to openly put an outright comparison amongst people in the same cadre is not the best choice of words.
“He should have praised her without using words that would make others seem not at par.
“Cynthia is doing great and I am doing great and there is no hate. However, somehow, the whole thing escalated; it has nothing to do with me hating Cynthia’s success; I feel he should have done better.
“Even when Forbes brings out a list of successful people; they rank it in their own established scale and rank their net worth to how much they know about them, it doesn’t mean that some people are not richer than others.
“Hate is not the motive here; I felt he should have known better; it could start a crisis, riots are instigated by what people say.
“It is my opinion. I am saying no one should put a yardstick to success. It is just like putting one religion ahead of another. I feel it is unnecessary.”