Liquorose Plans To Reopen Her Salon And Write Books
The dancer says that she plans to make movies, write books, and reopen her beauty salon
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Roseline Afije, popularly known as Liquorose, the first runner-up on Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye, says she’s ready to show off some of the skills she wasn’t allowed to showcase in the house.
In an interview with Wazobia FM on Friday, October 8, 2021, the popular dancer stated that she intends to create movies, publish books, and reopen her beauty business soon.
She said, “I have done some short films in the past; I have recorded some contents for my dance crew which have yet to be released, but most people only knew about my dancing career before I participated in the Big Brother Naija show.
“I applied to be on the show to unveil my talents because Big Brother Naija is a big platform where one could promote themselves. That was why I showcased some of my other talents which also helped me win so many games in the Big Brother House. I will soon bring to light the other talents that I was unable to display on the show since I’m now out of the house. I write poems and songs, so I’ll unleash my music talent — make movies, and write books. I’ll also restart my salon which I lost sometimes back.”
“I didn’t learn hairdressing from anyone, I started practising by braiding my grandmother’s hair when I was about six years old,” she said.
She went on to say that the skill earned her some money when she began braiding her neighbors’ hair.
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