BbNaija 2020: Erica Speaks After Disqualification, Apologises To Fans

BbNaija 2020: Erica Speaks After Disqualification, Apologises To Fans

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Disqualified Big Brother Naija, BBNaija housemate, Erica has said she learnt that it’s completely fine to be alone in the house.

Erica, who apologised to her fans for her disqualification, said she was meant to be more responsible.

In an interview with Africa Magic, Erica said “The lesson I have learnt from staying in the house is that I should be fine with being alone.

“I noticed I didn’t like to be alone which is not meant to be.”

She stated further that stated that she drew nearer to Kiddwaya because she realized they had a lot of similarities.

“What drew me to Kiddwaya is the fact that, I feel like we kind of have some similarities, we’re both carefree, we’re both crazy, we’re kind of complete babies too, and our conversations flowed very naturally, we were very cool. I don’t think kiddwaya feels the same way about me, but I don’t really care about that. I think kiddwaya played a role in my getting strikes, but I think, it’s still my responsibility and I feel like I also played a role in him getting strikes too.”

Erica added that she doesn’t hate Laycon and regrets the harsh words the hurled at him.

“Laycon, I don’t hate you, we have our disagreements, and to everybody I insulted, Prince, Dorathy, I’m very very sorry. I’m happy to be outside, I’m happy to see my love ones and my supporters.”

She further stated that she will miss the Saturday night party and the task.

Erica was disqualified on Sunday after she got a third strike for violence, bullying and disobeying Biggie’s house rules.

Her disqualification has been met with reactions from Nigerian celebrities and viewers of the reality show.

While others praised Biggie for the decision, Erica’s fans set up a Gofundme account with a target of $100,000 to appease the disqualified reality star.

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