The first runner up of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show Dorathy, had a sit down with Ebuka to talk about her stay in the house, and most of the conversations centered around her friendships in the house.
The interview began with Ebuka asking if she expected to win the money and how she felt about not winning the show, especially considering that she came so close.
“Ebuka, I had already shared the money to all my family members, I bought one BMW and one mansion in Banana Island.” She playfully responded.
She noted that although she would have loved to win, and in fact was very hopeful that she would have, she is still appreciative of the fact she got to have the experience that she did. According to her, the experience mattered more than the cash prize.
“The money coming anyways,” she asserted.
The remainder of the interview was all about her relationships in the house. She first spoke about her relati0onship with Ozo, and explicitly stated that she had no feelings for him whatsoever, and he had none for her either. She claimed that what they shared was merely friendship and nothing more.
When asked about the relationship between Ozo and Nengi, she noted that they both obviously care for each other, and they would be fine eventually.
As for Prince, she addressed the idea of their friendship towards the end of the show explaining that their friendship was not necessarily new. Dorothy told Ebuka that Prince and her were always friends but the “love pyramid” Prince had hindered them from truly being close. She also admitted that she did have a crush on him, but decided that they were better off as friends.
As for her falling out with Lucy, Dorathy told Ebuka that they are cool and they recently spoke on the phone. She disclosed that she was going to meet up with Lucy very soon.
For plans for the future, she told Ebuka she will continue the business she was involved in prior to becoming a BBN contestant – fashion.
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