Winner of the Big Brother Naija, ‘All-stars’ season, Ilebaye, has opened up about the difficulty of adjusting to the lifestyle of being the youngest millionaire.
Naija News recalls that the reality TV star defeated her close rival, Mercy Eke, to clinch the grand prize of N120 million.
Speaking at a recent ‘meet and greet’ session in honour of BBNaija ‘All-Stars’ housemates, hosted in Lagos by the digital financial services provider, Moniepoint Inc, Ilebaye said life has been stressful both online and offline.
According to the Kogi State-born, ‘it’s been all love and light from her fans, and she is working on creating a better version of herself.
She said, “It’s been stressful on social media and everywhere, especially the media rounds. I haven’t seen hate. If you drag me, my fans will drag you back. I am trying to get adjusted to this new me, and I am working on creating a better version of myself.”
The former housemates at the meet and greet event also shared their experiences of using the services of Moniepoint on their personal and business banking platforms since leaving the show.
The company’s Senior Vice President, on Business Loans and Salary Advance, Tobi Amira, took the housemates on a brief session about Moniepoint.
He said, “As one of Africa’s largest fintechs, we saw mutual synergies which spurred us to sponsor this season of Big Brother Nigeria, which is, without doubt, one of the biggest reality and entertainment intellectual property in Africa. We are excited at what the future holds as we double down on powering dreams for businesses and individuals.”