Nengi, a former Big Brother Naija star, has come forward to address circulating rumors about her involvement in the ongoing All Stars Season of the reality show.
In a live video, the entrepreneur categorically refuted the reports, revealing that she had actually declined to participate in the show. Her decision was based on the fact that she has important business commitments to manage in Qatar.
Sharing a video of herself relaxing in Qatar, Nengi issued a stern warning to people, urging them to refrain from falsely accusing her of being part of the show.
The ‘All Stars’ edition of Big Brother Naija kicked off with much excitement as twenty housemates made their way into the house on Sunday night. The first housemate reintroduced to the BBNaija house was Ce-cee, followed by Kidwaya, Doyin, Frodd, Uriel, Pere, Princess, Soma, Angela, Neo, and Alex, among others.
The highly anticipated ‘All Stars’ edition commenced on Sunday, July 23, 2023, as the housemates began their journey to compete for the coveted N120 million grand prize.
With Nengi’s clarification on her non-participation, fans and viewers can now focus on the thrilling moments that await in this nostalgic and entertaining All Stars Season of Big Brother Naija.
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