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WHY I HAVE COLD FEET IN MATTERS OF LOVE, ANGEL SMITH OF BBNIJA REVEALS

WHY I HAVE COLD FEET IN MATTERS OF LOVE, ANGEL SMITH OF BBNIJA REVEALS

The most controversial erstwhile housemate of the Big Brother Naija (Shine Ya Eye edition), Angel JB Smith, has made public the reason behind her cold feet in matters of love.

 

The Akwa Ibom State-born reality television show star, who degenerated to the level of showing her nakedness to Whitemoney in order to seduce him when the show was going on, made it clear that she had passed through a lot of harrowing things in life and would not want to get hurt again.

 

While speaking to newsmen, the fast-rising star who claimed that she gave another housemate, Pere, a ‘blow-job’ said, “I am worse outside the house. I flirt a lot. I don’t have any problem with love but I am scared because I do not want to get hurt. I have been hurt by a lot of things in my life. I just have to protect myself because I don’t think I have any more tolerance for pain. So, I have cold feet in matters of love. I just had to build walls. I can still change my mind towards love but I am just scared to get hurt.

 

“I want to also start a mental health blog for people that are struggling with mental health. I have struggled with it before and there is a stigma attached to it. Some people feel when you talk about anxiety or depression, you are crazy. People use it to insult others. The aim of the blog is to give people a comfortable space to talk. I believe when I start talking about it, people will be more aware.”

 

Like other housemates, the 21-year-old reality star said she did not have any strategy before entering the BBNaija house because she just wanted to catch ‘cruise.’

 

“I did not have any strategy when I entered the house. I saw that it was working for me. I was simply catching cruise. I started playing my game during the eighth week of the show when I came back from possible eviction. But at the initial start, I did not have a strategy,” she said.

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