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BBNaija Nengi reveals why she didn’t sleep on any man’s bed during reality TV show

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Rebecca Hampson (aka Nengi), the second runner-up in the recently concluded Big Brother Naija (Lockdown Edition), has revealed why she did not sleep on any man’s bed during the reality TV show.

Nengi who is a former beauty queen from Bayelsa State, noted that she decided to create boundaries from the beginning of the show.

“The housemates felt I wanted every guy and that is crazy. How could I want every guy and still not be with anybody in the house? I never slept on any man’s bed. Even as close as me and Ozo were, I still tried to set a boundary. I could play with people but for me, there would always be boundaries and nobody can cross them. However, people took it the wrong way. They felt since I played with the guys, I must have wanted them. That was the biggest misconception people had about me. As a matter of fact, that was one of the reasons I went for Big Brother in the first place. I wanted to correct the misconception that I was just a fine face. And I feel I corrected that notion,” Nengi stated, while speaking with media personality, Hero Daniels.

On her chemistry with Ozo, Nengo said; “We are from two totally different backgrounds and that was it for me. I also knew he would always accept me for who I am. He knows who I am and does not judge me based on mistakes I have made.”

She further revealed what growing up was like. Nengi noted that she grew up with her mother, saying that her father was never really there, adding that her mother had to struggle to take care of her.

“My dad was never really there. I can count the number of times I saw him. So, I grew up with my mum and she was the only one I knew. She struggled to take care of me but the love between us is deep. Even if we didn’t have anything, I was always happy. We would be in our house and manage our lives. However, she died when things were becoming good. She added.

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