A new drama has begun between the former housemates of Africa’s biggest reality show, Big Brother Naija: Whitemoney and Doyin.
The BBNaija season 6 winner, Whitemoney, kickstarts the drama by dragging female participants from the reality show into his podcast.
During a podcast session with Nedu and others, Whitemoney claimed some ex-female housemates of BBNaija begged him to introduce his brand and business partners.
Whitemoney made this statement when he claimed that ladies don’t fancy a broke man and many could not endure with a broke man until he became rich.
He cited a former housemate of BBNaija season 7, Doyin, who questioned him about his statement. He asked if the reality star could date a broke man.
He asked, “This little girl, Doyin, is coming for me at the comment session. And I’m putting it straight to you like this, ‘Doyin can you move with a broke guy?”
The video has since stirred drama as many camp with Whitemoney’s statement while others drag him for insulting the ladies who participated in the show.
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Whitemoney vows to win a Grammy
It was reported that Whitemoney vowed to win a Grammy shortly after his debut single was mocked.
The three minutes and fifty-three seconds captured the life of Whitemoney before and during the BBNaija reality show.
In a video Whitemoney shared online with his fans, he silenced netizens who advised him to leave music and focus on business or movies. Instead, he promised his fans that he would win a Grammy Award soon.
Whitemoney celebrates his birthday with love
It was also reported that the reality star and cumbia singer marked his birthday on June 6, 2022, amidst love and cheers from his fans and friends.
Odogwu, or Mazi, as he is fondly addressed by his numerous fans, marked his birthday with an emotional message of appreciation to God.
Whitemoney also pleaded for God’s continuous watch over him.
He wrote: “06-06-?? || +1 || Happy Birthday To Me. I Feel Unbelievably Grateful For Everything In My Life.
Dear God, Please Continue To Watch Over Me.”