BBNaija All Stars: I have two chieftaincy titles, I deserve respect, says Whitemoney



By Victoria Oluwayemi

Big Brother Naija All Stars house housemate Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly known as Whitemoney, has expressed displeasure with CeeC’s use of offensive language directed towards him.

During his diary session, Whitemoney, who emerged as the winner of the “Shine Ya Eye” season, candidly addressed the issue. He underscored his cultural identity and the significant chieftaincy titles he holds within the Igbo community, stressing that he takes immense pride in maintaining his integrity as a respected African man.

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Whitemoney emphasized that despite his willingness to be open and genuine in his interactions with his housemates, he found CeeC’s consistent use of vulgar language directed at him to be crossing the line of acceptable behavior. He pointed out that the language used was disrespectful and did not align with the level of decorum he expected in the house.

“As someone deeply rooted in my Igbo heritage with multiple chieftaincy titles to my name, I hold myself to a certain standard of conduct,” Whitemoney stated firmly. “While I would never resort to using offensive language in response, it’s becoming increasingly challenging for me to tolerate the derogatory remarks directed at me by CeeC.”

Whitemoney expressed his desire for mutual respect among housemates, urging for a more considerate and courteous atmosphere within the Big Brother Naija All Stars house. He concluded by reiterating his commitment to maintaining his dignity and integrity, regardless of the provocations he might encounter during his time in the competition.

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