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Seyi Awolowo reveals how to stay out of drama

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Seyi Awolowo

Seyi Awolowo

Big Brother Naija Reality TV former housemate, Seyi Awolowo popularly known as ‘Sucre Papito’ has opened up on how he stays out of dramas.

The reality TV star revealed the secret on his Twitter page on Saturday, highlighting five things he does to stay out of drama.

According to him, He cautions his mouth, ignores trolls, and walk away.

“How I stay out of drama
1- I caution my mouth 😷
When people look for my trouble
2- I laugh it off 😄
When trolls seek attention
3- Mo ya look away 😎
When trouble is coming
4- Mo ya walk away 🚶

“Feels good to be out and about… stay safe guys,” he tweeted.

Seyi Awolowo is a model, entrepreneur, and actor. He is a graduate of psychology from Houdegbe North American University, Benin. He is the grandson of late Chief Obafemi Awolowo. He finished as the 3rd runner up of BB Naija season 4.

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