BBNaija housemate, Angel goes spiritual, says Prayer is her coping mechanism

Big Brother Naija, BBNaija season 6 housemate, Angel has said prayer is her coping mechanism in the house.

Angel said this during her diary session with Biggie when asked of how she has been coping with nominations and twists in the house.

The 21-year-old BBNaija housemate said: “My coping mechanism in the house is prayer.

“ I told WhitemMoney on Sunday that people might not like me and that’s why I genuinely felt I was going to be evicted on Sunday. I feel I don’t appeal to people.”

Angel went ahead to share why she nominated Emmanuel and Saga for eviction.

According to her, Saga and Emmanuel are the least housemates she connects with.

She said: “I nominated Saga and Emmanuel because they are the least out of the housemates that I’m connected to in the house. “

When asked to choose between finding love in the house and N90m grand prize, Angel chose money saying she’s focused on the prize and can’t be in the house just for relationship.

“I’m focused on the money not love. There are so many love interests outside. I can’t be going through dragging and mental stress in the house for love. Money is the goal,” Angel said.

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