Victor of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show, Efe Ejeba, still couldn’t believe what has hit him as his joy knew no bound. He has spoken on his time at the #BBNaija house, adventure, crush and more.
While talking in an exclusive interview with The Sun newspaper, the winner of the 2017 Big Brother Naija reality TV show, Efe Ejeba, talked about his time in the show and how he will spend his N25million prize money.
The upcoming rapper who spoke during the car presentation in Lagos, and still couldn’t believe what has hit him, said his joy knew no bound as he held the keys of his brand new SUV at a welcome back ceremony.
Here’s an excerpt from the chat;
Congratulations, Efe, how do you feel emerging winner of Big Brother Naija?
I am very happy and blessed. I can’t thank you, people, enough for your love, votes and prayers. God bless you a million times.
Now, what are your plans?
You will hear from me.
When you were in the House, some of your fans went as far as climbing the mountain to pray for you, how did you react as and when you heard about it?
Na so I hear o. You know, in Nigeria, we are very passionate about prayer; when we want a particular thing, we pray over it and I’m glad their prayers for me were answered.
Do you think your humility got you the prize?
I was surprised when I came out and people were saying I’m humble. Well, I would say I’m just me. I’m just the normal Efe, the rude Efe, the street boy.
What would you say was your winning strategy?
I didn’t go to the Big Brother House with any strategy. The way I lived in the House, na so I dey live for my house. I speak Pidgin English every day not only because I’m in the Big Brother Naija House. I am an artiste but I’m not the type that sings on the street or at home, I only do it when I’m in my studio, and there was a time in the House when I said I should bring out that my singing side, all my friends know say if you do me, I clear you. I no dey hide my feelings at all.
How do you plan to spend the N25 million you won?
Well, I will spend it based on logistics (Laughs).
Do you have any plan for Marvis after the BBN House?
All those kisses have ended with the show (Laughter).
Did you have any girlfriend before going into the BBN House?
No, I didn’t have a girlfriend. Why now? It’s because I’m not really particular about girls. I do my thing the way it comes.
By taking you to South Africa, Big Brother Naija gave you the opportunity of your first flight ever. What was the experience like?
Omo na so I dey o. Yes o, na my first experience to fly be that o. I just dey shake like yoyo throughout the journey. Na the Lagos own first shake me but the South Africa own worst because there was turbulence. The man wey dey gist with me, na so the thing lift am. As I don see the man, na so I double the belt. I pinned my seat belt down till I got to Johannesburg. Yes, it was when we were ascending and descending that I saw hell (Laughter).
What are the lessons you are taking away from the show?
Okay, first is tolerance. Before I went into the House, certain characters were unacceptable to me. But now, I’ve discovered that there are nice people but they still have some bad characters you have to contend with.
Who was the most annoying housemate?
The most annoying housemate na Efe o. Na me kolo pass for that house.
Who was your crush in the house?
Crush? It was Marvis.
After Big Brother Naija, what’s next?
It’s music, music all the way. I also look forward to working with Olamide Baddo. He voted for me and promised to support my career. God bless him.