Cee-C: How I battled hatred after BBNaija

By Esther Innocent

Cynthia Nwadiora, former BBNaija housemate popularly known as Cee-C, has recounted how she dealt dealing with negative criticism and hatred after leaving the show.

The reality TV star disclosed this when she featured in a recent edition of #WithChude.

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Cee-C revealed that her stint on the show was a daunting experience, adding that her relationship with a fellow housemate kept her going.

“I didn’t know what to do with myself. For me it was more like, just survive. To do this, I got close to a particular person in the house. That was the only way I could survive. So, when everything went bad, it hit me hard” she said. 

“I have learnt how to be calm regardless and I learnt that from someone in the house, BamBam. I have learnt how to be a bottle of water. No matter how you shake it, when you open it it doesn’t explode. But in the house, I was the Coca-Cola”.

“When I came out of the house, I experienced a lot of hatred. That was very obvious. I can’t say for sure where exactly the hate was coming from but one thing the people around me did for me was that they helped me to focus on the positive side. You Know, the love. So, I was not paying attention to the hate”, 

Despite receiving backlash from the general public, the reality star didn’t seem to be moved. In her words,”people should say what they want to say, it is really not my business. What matters to me is myself and people who actually care about me”. 

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