I Was Drunk When I Said I’m An Ashawo – Angel
One of the most talked-about housemates of the just concluded BBNaija Season6 ‘shine ya eye’ reality TV show, Angel Agness Smith, popularly known as ‘Angel’ has now blanked the comment she made about her personality when she was still in Big brother’s house.
Addressing the statement she made about being an ‘Ashawo’, the 21-year-old revealed that she was drunk while she had that conversation with Tega.
“The way I dress in the house is how I dress outside. It wasn’t a strategy for me, I don’t get how dressing is a strategy. I brought the clothes I wear at home into the Big Brother House.
“The night I did a drama with Tega where I said I’m an ashawo, I was drunk. It was just a joke, we were not even fighting.Information Guide Nigeria
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I’m not promiscuous, I Know people will not believe me and I don’t care because they already have a certain dislike towards me. People will believe what they want to believe”.
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