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LIQUOROSE OF BBNAIJA DISCLOSES INTENTION OF REOPENING HER SALOON AND EXPLORING THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

LIQUOROSE OF BBNAIJA DISCLOSES INTENTION OF REOPENING HER SALOON AND EXPLORING THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

The first runner-up of the Big Brother Naija (Shine Ya Eye edition), Roseline Afije, whose moniker is Liquorose, has revealed her intention of reviving her beauty salon business, adding that she would explore the music, movie, and literary industries in no distant time.

 

While speaking to newsmen, the Edo State-born dancer said, “I have done some short films in the past. I have recorded some contents for my dance crew which have yet to be released, but most people only knew about my dancing career before I participated in the Big Brother Naija show.

 

“I applied to be on the show to unveil my talents because Big Brother Naija is a big platform where people could promote themselves. That was why I showcased some of my other talents which also helped me win so many games in the Big Brother House. I will soon bring to light the other talents that I was unable to display on the show since the show is over. I write poems and songs. So, I’ll unleash my music talent – make movies, and write books. I’ll also restart my salon which I lost sometimes back.”

 

It can be recalled that it was Liquorose who braided hair for almost all the housemate, including Whitemoney, while the BBNaija show was going on.

 

Responding to a question on who she learnt hairdressing from, the paragon and paradigm of beauty made it clear that nobody thought her the art. According to her she started braiding her granny’s hair when she was a child.

 

“I didn’t learn hairdressing from anyone, I started practicing by braiding my grandmother’s hair when I was about six years old,” she said.

 

The amatory reality television star added that she later mastered the skill for survival and started making money from it by braiding her neighbours’ hair.

 

“I was broke and living with a friend, and I was not getting enough entertainment gigs at that time,” she said.

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