Cross, the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) season six housemate, says he will do anything business to raise funds for his family.

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On Friday, the reality star put out ‘Feeling Funky’, his debut single, featuring Ajebutter22, Nigerian singer.

In an interview with BBC Igbo, Cross spoke of his plans to venture into a plethora of businesses following his exit from the reality show.

The 31-year-old Abuja-socialite said he will expand his “chain, of restaurants and gym houses” and also give the real estate business a try.

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“What I look to get into are enormous. I’m working towards expanding my chain, of restaurants and gym houses. From Abuja, I’m expanding to Imo, Anambra, Lagos. We’ll be having bigger branches,” he said.

“In my fitness brand,  I’ll be sourcing capital and investing heavily into my protein shake. I’ll have it imported from America. I’ll have a physical health sector catering to nails, hair, skin, and even beard. It’s all-in-one.

“I already have the company in America and they’re very good. My Cross Over Night entertainment brand will be an integral part of my lifestyle. We’ll do it in Dubai, France, Ghana, America, England, and all over Africa.

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“There’s the real estate side of me as well. I’ll be going full force into anything that has to do with business.

“It will give me money to make financial moves and support my mother’s business. Expect bigger things from me.

“No matter where you are or what you’re doing, keep at it. Don’t listen to naysayers. It’ll pan out eventually.”

Not long ago, Cross made the headlines after a self-posted nude video of him went viral on social media.

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Reacting to the backlash that followed, Cross said: “It was a simple mistake. It wasn’t a big deal.

“When I noticed, I deleted it. People should understand the kind of person I am. I’m a human being.

“The entertainment industry lifestyle is new to me. Do’s and don’ts choke me. I just want to be me, live my life the way I’d always wanted it, and make enough money to provide for my family.

“If you ask me, I’d rather give you the fame and take the money. Money is the most important thing right now.”

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