Big Brother Naija winner, season 6, Whitemoney, has revealed his intention to the organizers of the Big Brother reality show and Revolution Plus, a real estate company.
Whitemoney made this revelation after he disclosed to a follower that the promises the show and its sponsors made to him weren’t fulfilled.
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A few weeks ago, Whitemoney revealed why he is not bothered that his song didn’t blow.
He revealed this while speaking in an interview.
Recall that after the release of his track Selense, a lot of people had nothing but negative things to say about it. Many people advised him to stop wasting money on music, suggesting that he open a restaurant instead.
Not minding the criticism, Whitemoney released a second song and after receiving the same reaction from netizens, he finally granted their wish and opened a restaurant.
During a short interview, Whitemoney was asked how many wishes from his 29th birthday in 2021 have come through today.
In response, the reality star talked about his life and where it is at now. He also addressed why he doesn’t really care if his music blows up or not.
“How many wishes for your 29th birthday in 2021 have come through today?” the interviewer asked.
In response, Whitemoney said:
“The only one wey never come to pass be say I never get babe. But every other thing – long life is coming to pass, health – I’m healthy, I’ve not been in the hospital since I came out.
Only just home, they come and treat me at home. That is big man treatment you understand? (laughs). I’ve been going to shows, over 80 appearances on different shows. I will not lie, God is good. I can’t even complain. If I complain, God will slap me. I mean you can see it for yourself.
Life has changed in different aspects. I’m grateful oh! I am. It’s beyond winning Big Brother, I won the people’s hearts. That is the most important thing, you understand. Being a president isn’t what counts, how do you lead your people? What makes you a president?
What made you a president, it was the people. So still being in the minds of people, for me to come out and people still shout “Whitemoney!”, that is the greatest feeling ever. If I like make it no blow, if I like make the song no blow, but that shout wey dey say “Whitemoney!”, I’m very happy.
It shows that you’re still relevant. But the moment you walk past the road and nobody is saying (anything) or “Abegi! Mschewww,” bro, you have tampered it. So I’m grateful to God for that. I’m still relevant. That is my greatest joy.”