In a candid conversation with fellow housemate Whitemoney, reality star Mercy Eke opened up about the transformative impact that the BBNaija platform has had on her life, as well as the lives of her friends and family.
The Imo-born influencer and entrepreneur spoke of how the show had been a turning point, propelling her to success and affording her the opportunity to elevate the lives of those close to her.
Mercy Eke, who emerged as the winner of Big Brother Naija in 2019, expressed her unwavering commitment to the show that shaped her journey.
She mentioned that she would always respond to Biggie’s calls, underscoring her profound respect for the platform that played a significant role in her rise to prominence.
During her conversation with Whitemoney, Mercy addressed the skepticism surrounding her return to the Big Brother Naija house despite having already achieved substantial success.
She acknowledged that some individuals had questioned her decision to participate once again, asserting that she did deserve her place in the house.
She firmly believed that her presence on the show was not only a personal endeavor but also a means to inspire and uplift others.
The reality star emphasized that her experience on Big Brother Naija had a far-reaching impact, transcending her individual journey.
Mercy – They felt I don’t deserve to be back on this show, if Biggie calls I’ll answer one million times, this platform changed my life, changed my family, my friends.#BBNaija @bbnaija pic.twitter.com/R5jCRxwswr
— AE (@AssistantEbukaa) August 18, 2023