Whitemoney Says, “My Goal Was To Stay In BBNaija For Four Weeks”
Whitemoney was crowned BBNaija season six winner during the Big Finale on Sunday, taking home the grand prize of N90 million.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Whitemoney, the winner of Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye, claimed that his goal before coming to the program was to stay in the BBNaija house for four weeks.
He revealed this in a formal interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, the show’s presenter, during which he recounted his time on the show.
He was questioned by Ebuka. “What was the goal before you came on the show? Where did you think you were going to get to?”
Whitemoney answered, “The goal was four weeks max. I told myself, ‘If you could make it to four weeks, and showcase everything that God has put in you, then you’re good’.”
Whitemoney was crowned BBNaija season six winner during the Big Finale on Sunday, taking home the grand prize of N90, 000,000.
Whitemoney received a N30 million cash prize, cash in an Abeg digital wallet, bitcoins from Patricia, a two-bedroom apartment from RevolutionPlus Property, an SUV from Innoson Motors, a vacation for two arranged by TravelBeta, and other goodies as the winner.
Yul Edochie, Fred Amata, Destiny Etiko, Tunde Ednut, Broda Shaggi, Cubana Chief Priest, and evicted roommates Queen, Saga, Nini, and Yousef were among those who supported him during the final week.
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