Reality show star and All Stars housemate, Cee-C has caused reactions after she told of how she could manhandle her colleague, Alex.
Her outcry for a fight comes after Alex and Cee-C had an argument over their wager task. CeeC was later seen having a conversation about the fight with another housemate, Cross, News About Nigeria understands.
In a clip that can be seen online, Cee-C could be heard speaking on how she could have handled the fight with her female colleague if it were to be outside the house.
According to her, she could have easily paid about four boys ‘small change’ to beat up Alex.
As that wasn’t enough, the young lawyer went ahead to add that the whole drama between them was unnecessary and that she hates liars.
See the video below:
The moment when Ceec told Cross that she would hire boys to b£at up Alex … I thought it was just wager, not knowing that it is this deep.#BBNAllStars #BBNaijaAllStar #BBNaija #BBNaijaAllStars pic.twitter.com/olDoP8I1oR
— Obinna Victor Unanka (@obinnavictor_u) July 27, 2023
See some of the reactions below;
susanchinwepeters: “It means you still have so much hatred on this Alex and why won’t you fight with you bare hands? Cos she will scatter your brain.. This Cynthia girl has a problem.”
Kwin__adaobi: “You and your fellow woman Dey argue , you wan go involve boys , you Dey fear make she no break your head, make una do am woman to woman na.”
Simplyscoco: “That small stout bottle and feeling like Power mike ehhh. How many people has she dealt with outside?”
Meanwhile, Joshua Mike-Bamiloye, a renowned Gospel music producer and actor has categorised Christians watching BBNaija and football lovers as the same.
Taking to his Twitter handle on Tuesday, Bamiloye warned Christians against embracing activities that compete with God in their heart.
According to him, football lovers can only criticise BBNaija viewers if they haven’t “skipped a fellowship over a hot match, or you haven’t been checking live scores during the service.”
Joshua went on to say that Christians should encourage one another in their relationship with God and in making him their first concern.