• According to him, he didn’t feel good, and anyone who observed during those few days in the show, would notice that he was literally not functioning, both mentally.
It’s almost three weeks after the Big Brother Naija season 6 show, some of the highlights are still making waves, even though every Housemates have moved on and no longer considering how unbearable the House was for some of them.
One of the controversial incidents that happened over there, came from the supposed two alpha males, Whitemoney and Pere.
It would be recalled that when Pere was the Head of House, one of his order was for Whitemoney to stop helping out in the kitchen, because, according to Pere, it seems like kitchen monopoly.
So, during his interview, with Net NG, Whitemoney was asked to share how he felt being ordered by the then Head of House Pere to desist from cooking.
According to Whitemoney, it was very difficult for him then, considering how he has initially wanted to use kitchen duties to exempt himself from gossips and unnecessary Truth or Dare game Housemates were always playing.
Whitemoney said that during those few days he wasn’t helping out in the kitchen, he was literally not functioning mentally, and seeing how it was affecting his mood in the House, he decided to put himself back there, because he can’t stay as a guest in someone’s house and not do anything.
He said, “It was very unpleasant moment for me. Two days I was not in that kitchen, you could tell that this guy is literally not functioning.
“It really broke me down, I didn’t know what to do, because I don’t like gossips, I don’t like that things they like, Truth or Dare, all those things, it’s not my thing.
“So, the kitchen, all the cleaning, that’s what really kept me going, you understand. So, it wasn’t my thing… And if you see, he (Pere) only stopped me from coming to the kitchen, but I put myself back, by force by fire, I had to, because, I need to function and I’m not functioning.
“I can’t stay somewhere, wake up, and not do anything. Like, I think it’s crazy that you live in someone’s house, you’re a guest and you wake up and just eat. Like, you don’t do anything, you don’t contribute to the house, I wasn’t raised that way.
“So, that was my path in the House, and without doing it, I felt I was lacking something. You get, so, that’s it, I didn’t feel good.”
Watch video below. (credit @thenetng)