Uche Maduagwu who has been tagged as a “One shirt wonder”, brought upon himself the anger of some Nigerians after he declared that he can never date one of top five housemates of the just concluded Big Brother Naija reality TV show, Debbie-Rise.
The actor, who left a comment on one of her posts, said he prefers TBoss to Debby-Rise and would never date Debbie even if he was given a million Naira.
His comment, of course, caused an outrage among Debbie’s fans, as they called him out for his famous one shirt, and said, the guitarist would never even consider a relationship with him because he has lower standards than her.
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Debbie-Rise, who arrived the country, Wednesday, April 12th, from South Africa, expressed gratitude to Nigerians for showing her love during her stay in the Big Brother Naija house.
She was evicted from the house on the final day alongside T-boss and Marvis, leaving Efe and Bisola to fight for the prize. Efe eventually came out victorious.
Speaking for the first time since the show ended on Sunday, April 16th, via a video clip, Debbie said she would ordinarily choose the love she got from Nigerians ahead of the N25 million prize.
“If I were to choose between money and your love for me, I will choose your love because your love is priceless. The love I feel is overwhelming and I can’t help the emotions. We are the risers and nothing can stop us.
“The energy I have as a result of your love is incredible and I can’t wait to bless your beautiful hearts with my music and more entertainment. Honestly, when I think of how you went all out for me, my heart melts….”
Debbie is a 27-year-old Computer Science graduate who majored in Graphics and Web Application Development from the Federal University of Technology, Yola.
Also known as Melanin Goddess, she emerged the first runner- up of the third season of the Nigerian Idols in 2013, and has been working her way to the top since then.
The Ogun State born housemate has performed at major events within and outside the country including Felabration, Afropolitan Vibes at Freedom Park, the National Museum, Fotoplus Award night, Purple Account event powered by Wema Bank at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.