Wathoni Claims She Lost A Huge Endorsement Deal Because She Isn’t ‘Controversial’
The single mother tells her coworkers to do whatever it takes to make money.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Wathoni, a former Big Brother Naija contestant, has disclosed how she was turned down for a large sponsorship deal because she is not controversial.
On Sunday, December 12, 2021, the reality TV actress revealed the news on her Twitter page.
“Was going to sign another endorsement before the year ends but they withdrew because I am not “controversial” Omoooo my colleagues do you all the way if it brings food on the table,” she tweeted.
She did reveal, though, that she would soon be announcing a new sponsorship.
“I’ll be announcing the first one soon,” she added.
Wathoni was a member of the fifth season of the reality show’s housemates.
She was dubbed “the housemate who was entangled in every love triangle in the house” during her time there.
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