Evicted Big Brother Naija’s housemate, Ifu Ennada, has insisted that she is not aware of Nigerian rapper, CDQ’s apology to her.
It will be recalled that after describing CDQ as an ingrate while she was in the Big Brother House, the rapper reacted by calling her a ‘one-night stand.’
Ennada alleged that despite helping CDQ when he was nobody, she was used and dumped by him.
In an effort to resolve things, CDQ on his Instagram page recently explained why he reacted the way he did and tendered a ‘soft’ apology.
In a chat with GoldmyneTV, however, Ennada said she was yet to see CDQ’s apology.
She stated, “When did CDQ apologise? I have yet to see whatever the apology is about. I don’t have issues with him. I spoke my mind and I have moved on. All I said on the television didn’t come from a malicious mind. Maybe I shouldn’t have mentioned his name, but it is already out there and I cannot withdraw it.
“If he said he is sorry for calling me a ‘one-night stand,’ then I am also sorry for some of the things I said about him too. I was not surprised when I came out of the house and I saw my news everywhere. I knew something would happen and I was not disappointed. I am a very blunt person when I speak.”
The emerging actress and television producer, who recently told her rape story, said she didn’t feel bad that she was evicted from the show, saying, “God wanted me to be in the competition and he wanted me to exit when I left.”
She added, “Given an opportunity to go back to the house, I would love to get closer to other housemates. But it doesn’t mean I would be in a romantic relationship. I didn’t go into the house to find love. For the people who found love, that is their business. If you condition your mind to do something, it actually does it; so, I conditioned my mind to what I came to do in the competition.”