The winner of Big Brother Naija ‘Shine Ya Eye’ Season 6, Hazel Onou, popularly called Whitemoney, has called for the ban of married people from the Reality Show.
The reality star made the suggestion in a recent interview with Media Room Hub. He said married people are also regular human beings and not all of them are strong enough to ignore some distractions, citing Tega and Boma as examples.
He said, “Big Brother, you know I love you so much, you made me a star, anything I asked, you always do for me, if you could do just one thing for me.
Scrap out married people from the show, for the sake of the platform. A lot of people said this year’s edition taught them a lot of things.
Married people are humans, not all of them have the strong zeal to ward off the distraction. For instance, Tega is still suffering from her last experience in the show, the same thing with Boma. The fans are still dragging them till today.”
Following Boma and Tega’s entanglement in the house, Tega released a video where she apologized to her husband, Ajeboh Lawrence and the public at large.
Tega, drowned in tears, apologized to her husband for her actions and also apologized to everyone who felt let down by her actions. She asked everyone to pray for her and her marriage.
“I have been emotionally broken for the past two days and it feels like almost a year. I am really sorry to everyone who feels disappointed by my actions. I am sorry to my supporters.
I want to apologise to my husband. It’s been hard. My life is taking a new turn and I am not mentally okay. Please guys, I am sorry. his phase of my life I need all the love I can get. Please I want to beg everyone of you, Please. My husband, he didn’t do anything wrong. He just supported his wife. Please. I apologise and I take responsibilities for my actions.
I can’t let this moment go down the drain because if I am not mentally okay, then nothing is really going to work. I am sorry. All I need right now is your love, support, and prayers. Pray for me. Pray for my family, my marriage. Please”, she said