Mercy Eke Opens Up On Relationship With Whitemoney

Former Big Brother Naija ‘All-Stars’ housemate, Mercy Eke, has said the relationship with her colleague, Whitemoney, during the just concluded reality TV show was a game and pure alliance.

Mercy made this known in a recent interview with media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu on Africa Magic.

The reality TV star said her relationship with Whitemoney in Biggie’s House wasn’t romantic because they planned it seeing that they were threats to other housemates.

Mercy, however, said she was unsure if the singer started developing feelings for her during their alliance in the House.

She said, “Me and Whitemoney’s relationship was just an alliance. In the first week, he already told me that we would be a target in the House so we should stick by each other.

“He said it was only he and I that were different in the House.

“But I was still myself. I was still trying to have fun. But I don’t know if he started developing feelings inside. It wasn’t anything. It was just an alliance. No feelings there at all. It was just a game.”


Meanwhile, the team of former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) All-Stars housemate, White Money, has dismissed the betrayal allegation, saying they were not responsible for his eviction.

It was reported that White Money accused his campaign team of betrayal, alleging that they sold his votes which affected his chances of winning the show.

The former reality winner, while speaking on Hero Daniel’s podcast, blamed his team for his eviction from the reality show.

Opening up on the challenges he faced during his time on the reality show, he said: “I feel (battle) everywhere. Even during my stay in this house, I was facing both internal and external battles. And I felt it. It was true. It was happening. I came out to a lot of things happening to me from inside. My page got hacked. My votes got sold by my own team. Internally I got betrayed.

Reacting to the allegation, his campaign team, in a statement, said they were not responsible for his eviction and did not sell out his vote, adding that the general public should understand that his statement was taken out of context.

SOURCE: Senali News Ghana



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