Princess Onyejekwe simply called Princess, the housemate who was recently eliminated from the Big Brother Naija (All Star Edition), has revealed her surprise at the unexpectedly swift eviction.
Furthermore, Princess conveyed her emotions regarding her eviction, sharing that she was neither the least voted nor aware of the presence of a jury.
She expressed her sadness, mentioning that she would still be in the house if it weren’t for the eviction jury; “I still feel bad. But, there is nothing I can do about it. I just have to move on, and focus on my businesses.”
Nevertheless, she stated that she holds no grievances towards the jury members due to their verdicts, remarking: “I don’t think I have any personal ‘beef’ with any member of the eviction jury. I might not be familiar with them, but I did not think familiarity was a criterion in Biggie’s house. I also did not know that I would be judged by a jury. If I had known about them, perhaps, I would have been better prepared mentally. When my name was called, I knew I could not have had the least number of votes, and that is true.”
The panel comprised former participants from various seasons of the BBN show, namely Mike Edwards, Bisola Aiyeola, and Dorathy Bachor.
Additionally, she conveyed her belief that she stood out as the only genuine individual in the house, suggesting that people may not have truly comprehended her.
Her words; “I did not see it coming. I still do not believe I should be out of the house yet. I felt I was the only one being real in the house, but it seems people did not realise that. In one’s everyday life, one doesn’t get to stir up drama for no reason.”
In response to inquiries about her future plans, she affirmed that her primary focus lies in resuming her business ventures. She elaborated, “I will go back to what I was doing before. I am a serial entrepreneur, and I will focus on my businesses. I am also open to collaborations.” She added that she believes she fulfilled the fans’ expectations and relished her time.
Addressing Cross’s assertion regarding females’ prevalence in obtaining opportunities, she observed, “it seems more brands are more inclined towards working with females as ambassadors and other engagements. In that case, it’s only natural the women get more work opportunities than the men.” She also expressed a stronger connection with Neo during her time on the show.
She clarifies that she finds it puzzling why Uriel takes issue with her accent. In response to allegations of having a counterfeit accent, she retorted: “I don’t know what she was talking about. I have been in the public space for about five years, and my accent has remained the same. I don’t recall having any issue with her. We actually bonded when we met during Rico Swarvey’s funeral last year. Anyway, I shouldn’t be the one to figure out why she has a problem with me; that’s her problem. She can answer that question when she comes out of the house.”
Princess revealed the reasons behind her composed reaction when she was separated from Neo by fellow contestant Tolanibaj during a spirited dance at a Saturday night party in the Biggie’s house.
Amidst the vibrant ambiance of the party, this incident garnered viewers’ attention and ignited conversations regarding the interpersonal dynamics and relationships among the housemates.
She disclosed that her restrained response was a purposeful decision influenced by her grasp of the situation’s context and her rapport with Neo.
In her words;
“It’s the incident where Tolanibaj pushed me on the dance floor] is not that deep. He [Neo] is not my man. My man is at home. Nobody is taking my man.
If it were my man, the situation would be different. But that wasn’t my man and it’s a reality show, I was there to make friends, if someone else wanted to dance with who I was dancing with, why not.”
The 30-year-old Enugu State businesswoman and former participant of Big Brother Naija: Double Wahala, had returned to the show because of her strong longing for Biggie, whom she deeply missed.
“I decided to do this because I miss Biggie,” she said.