Whitemoney, Pere talk about life, relationship and journey inside Big Brother Naija house
By Guardian Exclusive
08 October 2021 | 8:19 pm
On Thursday, Big Brother Naija season 6 winner Whitemoney and second runner-up Pere, fresh from their ‘exploits’ in Big Brother’s House, paid a visit to the headquarters of The Guardian. The winner and the third-place finisher talked about their journey, life, and relationships with fellow housemates in the house, as well as what they have come to realise after leaving the Big Brother Naija season 6: 'Shine Ya Eye' edition.
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