A former Big Brother Naija (Level Up) housemate, Doyinsola David, says that though she is slim, she is not under pressure to undergo a Brazilian butt lift surgery like many are doing in the entertainment industry.
She told Saturday Beats, “I have not faced any pressure or discrimination as a slim lady. Looks do not really matter, because my brain does everything. In my opinion, the BBL trend is fading out. My brand is not based on how I look; it is based on my intellect and what value I have to bring to the table.”
Reliving her experience in Big Brother’s house, she stated that if she were to do anything differently, she would be more vocal about the things she did not like. She said, “I would be more confrontational because I have now realised that it is best to confront issues at the moment so that people don’t think one is a pushover.”
Shedding more light on a statement she made during an episode of her podcast where she stated that uneducated and educated people should not date one another, she said, “The chance that it will work is very slim. I think they will have communication issues. Also, educated and uneducated people do not have the same priorities. I believe education shapes how one reason, communicates, and one’s approach life.”
David also stated that in the ongoing BBN reunion show, she would put other housemates in their place.
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