Princess Onyejekwe Addresses Eviction from Big Brother Naija All Stars

Princess Onyejekwe Addresses Eviction from Big Brother Naija All Stars
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In a recent turn of events in the Big Brother Naija All Stars reality show, Princess Onyejekwe faced eviction, making her the first housemate to leave the show. She was evicted after the Eviction Jury, consisting of notable figures Bisola Aiyeola, Dorathy Bachor, and Mike Edwards, made a unanimous decision on Sunday evening.

Post her eviction, Princess took to an Instagram live session to engage with her fans and address some issues surrounding her exit from the show. Many viewers had remarked about her subdued presence, attributing her “quiet” demeanor as a reason for her early eviction.

Defending her behavior, Princess said, “It’s baffling how some fans expected me to engage in conversations or dramas that were irrelevant to me. Being a grown woman, why should I intervene in situations that don’t concern me? Isn’t that being overly nosy?”

She further questioned her critics, “Why would you expect a mature woman like myself to be hopping into conversations, especially when they aren’t directed at me or revolve around me? If individuals have personal issues, it’s certainly not my place to intervene.”

Princess emphasized her maturity and experience as the primary reasons behind her calm and composed nature in the house. She added, “I’ve been through a lot over the years. My calm persona shouldn’t be mistaken for weakness. Being cool, calm, and calculated has always served me well. And if that doesn’t resonate with some, I sincerely apologize, but I won’t change my core for a show.”

While her time in the Big Brother house may have been brief, Princess Onyejekwe has certainly left an impression and sparked a conversation about the expectations and dynamics of reality TV.

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