White Money, the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) season 6 housemate, says the reality show is like a correctional center for him.

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The entrepreneur disclosed his thought about the reality show on Tuesday during a chat with Cross, his colleague.

White Money said since he entered the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ house, his attitudes have been refined.

He added that vices such as lying and backbiting will be things of the past when he eventually exits the reality show.

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White Money said the people he’s met on the show have influenced him so much that he believes that every form of vices has been corrected.

“Whenever I’m leaving this house, no bad behaviour like lying, backbiting or any such thing will follow me out of this house,” he said.

“Meeting new people here has taught me a lot. Biggie’s house is like a correctional centre for me. All the bad behaviours I brought in have been corrected.

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“Not that I was a bad person before coming to the house, but you know, with all the characters I have met here. I have added some things and will definitely not do some things again too.”

White Money had earlier recounted how he slept under Ojuelegba’s bridge in Lagos and engaged in open defecation during his struggling days.

“The family that accommodated me for a month told me that I had to leave because their father was coming back. So, that is why I started staying at Ojuelegba under the bridge,” he had said.

“Makinde was a street in Ojuelegba where the king of the touts stayed. I literally was living with him.

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“The way I pooped was like, I would poop in nylon. The house I stayed in with the barber that helped me didn’t have a toilet, so they always excreted in the carnal, but I couldn’t use it, so I bought a lot of black nylons, and the ladies upstairs in the house will literally see me excreting butt naked.”



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