BBNaija’s Uriel Oputa drops her two cents regarding former housemates staying relevant
Former Big brother Naija housemate cum chef, Uriel Oputa has issued a strong piece of advice to her colleagues who are new in the entertainment industry.Oputa who was a housemate during the second edition of the Big Brother Naija show which took place in 2017, took to her Instagram stories to advise the new sets of ex-housemates on how to stay relevant in the entertainment industry and how well to treat brands who require their services. She wrote:
“Word of advice to all the BBN stars, Don’t over charge brands, longevity is key, Be reasonable so they use you again even when the new BBN stars come out. Always have a good attitude. Try to bring a personal touch to the brand, even if you have management.
It’s not about grabbing everything now, it’s about creating visibility for the near future”.
WITHIN NIGERIA recalls that Uriel Oputa issued a public warning to Nigerians about their eating habits and their side effects.
Uriel who has always shown her cooking skills and healthy lifestyle took to her Instagram story to warn Nigerian about the dangers of what they consume daily and why they should take precautions. She wrote:
”It’s scary to watch Some Nigerians eat The amount of Rubbish we eat in the Name of Food. Oil in soups Fried meat To much pepper. Fats, starch, It’s scary. Pls avoid health issues in later life”.
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