Princess Onyejekwe, the recently evicted Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) All-Stars housemate, has addressed criticisms over her quiet demeanor during her time on the reality show.


Princess was asked to leave the house during the live eviction show on Sunday.

Shortly after her eviction, some fans expressed disappointment with her perceived lack of participation in house discussions.

But in an Instagram live session, Princess attributed her reserved behavior to her age and life experience.


The reality star said as a “grown woman,” she saw no reason to jump into discussions that were unrelated to her.

She added that her calm and calculated approach was not a negative trait.

“Do you want a grown woman like me to be jumping into conversations that I have no business with or conversations that they are not even talking to me or centered around me?” Princess asked.


“Or, people are having issues, it is none of my business, and you want me to be diving? What is that called? Is that not a busybody? Do you want me to be diving into situations that I have no business in?

“No offense am not your type but look at my age, I have been there, done that. If you have a problem with my quiet personality, sorry but not sorry. And I have never heard where being cool, calm, and calculated was a bad thing.”

The BBNaija All-Stars reality TV show began on July 23 with 20 former housemates.

The show is expected to end on October 1.


The winner of this season will take home a cash prize of N120 million, the highest ever since the inception of Big Brother Naija.

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