Angel Explains Why She Would Never Speak To Boma Again
Boma had told Angel that getting to BBNaija was her biggest achievement after an altercation between the two in the sixth week of the competition.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Angel, a former Big Brother Naija finalist, stated that she would never talk to Boma again because she does not want to be associated with anything unpleasant.
Angel revealed this in an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, the show’s presenter, during which she recalled her time in the house.
Ebuka reminded Angel during the interview that she had previously stated that she would never speak to Boma again. He went on to ask her whether she still believes what she said, and she said yes.
“Yes it does, because I don’t want to be a part of anything negative,” Angel said.
Boma told Angel that getting to BBNaija was her biggest achievement after an altercation between the two in the sixth week of the competition.
Angel was furious by the remark, and she slammed him, telling him he’d have to wait and see what happened to her after the show.
He told Angel, “This will be your biggest achievement in your life. Look at this idiot.” Boma also called Angel a bast*rd and a mentally ill patient and she started lambasting him in anger.
Angel’s father reacted to the altercation by saying, “Nobody has the right to dictate how far you go in life, but you. Bullies are usually cowards with inferiority complex. Stand up to them and they’d shrink! Angel will never, I repeat, never be intimidated.”
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