Ex-Big Brother Africa housemate, Weza Solange, has opened up on her participation in reality TV show.
The Angolan born showbiz entrepreneur participated in the Big Brother Amplified, which saw Nigerian housemate, Karen Igho coming out tops .
Speaking exclusively to Pulse during her recent visit to Nigeria, Weza explained that her biggest fear as a housemate was the shower hour.
In her words: “When I was invited for Big Brother Africa, shower hour was my biggest fear, I mean, I didn’t think of anything other than shower hour. This is because I sincerely feel as Africans we can do without it because there is already so much drama as entertainment that can be used in the house that shower hour took it to an uncomfortable level because you can’t see it on TV but you can pay to see it on internet.”
Speaking further, the beautiful actress cum model said: “So if people actually pay that much to see someone or a group of people shower is a scary thing. I’m not gonna lie to you because as an African, that was the least comfortable part but I had that planned out saying I will shower in a swimming costume and go to a bathroom where there is no toilet and you do everything there.
“And i got into the house and told the girls everything because even if you don’t want to show your body parts, you have to shower to be hygenic, that was how were able to cover as much as possible and still be as hygenic as possible. I feel like they could do without it because for my family, what i believe in and identify it, I think that part cheapens the show.
“I later found out that Nigeria was one of the leading countries that made them cut shower hour from TV before our turn but people still go to watch online, but you are seen and portrayed just the way you want to be because some of the girls still go shower and they knew people were watching and they give them the show and probably that is what works for them but for me, I want to be out in even less than five minutes,” she disclosed.
Weza was in Nigeria to attend the Miss Africa Calabar pageant, which had Miss Angola emerging winner.
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