It took me nine years to get into Big Brother – Bisola

It took me nine years to get into Big Brother – Bisola

Big Brother Naija runner-up Bisola has said it took her nearly a decade to become a housemate in Big Brother House.

The 31-year old mother-of-one and single parent disclosed this to Punch in an interview she granted the paper where she also talked on her resolve to acquire a degree.

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She said, “I have plans to go back to school and I would love to major in something that I am really passionate about which is film production. It took me nine years to get to the Big Brother house. I had been auditioning for nine years and finally I was in the house. That is winning. Getting into that house after years of struggle is winning for me, making it to the finals was a big win for me even though I did not go home with the money.”

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