“I’d Rather Have A Man With Money To A Man That Is Good In Bed” – Ex BBNaija, Bisola Reveals
Former Big Brother Naija housemate and actress, Bisola Aiyeola has revealed her preference for men with money rather than those good in bed.
The multi-talented actress made this known while granting an interview with Broadway T.V. Bisola who is known to be very jovial couldn’t hold back from laughing when she was if who she preferred between a rich man and a man good in bed.
“If you are rich, you can buy the richness of the bed. I think people overrate this good in bed thing, after the good in bed you will now be hungry, who that one help? You will not even have the strength to be good in bed. I’d rather you have the liquid,” she replied.
Since leaving the BBN house, Bisola has been reaping from her successful outing while at the house. Back in September 2017, the beautiful actress attended the 72nd United Nations General Assembly held in New York. She went there as an ambassador of ONE. If we can cast our minds back to when she was still in the BBN house, she and other housemates took part in a task, ONE’s Back to School presentation task, where she called on Nigerian lawmakers to prioritize girls’ education.
They highlighted the barriers to girls’ education in Nigeria and presented possible solutions to ensuring every girl in Nigeria completes primary and secondary school. At the end of the task, Bisola’s clamour for the cause was quite outstanding.
ONE’s #GirlsCount campaign is centred on girls’ education. It recognizes that 130 million girls are out of school globally, with 51 million of them in Africa, and, at least, 10.5 million of them in Nigeria alone.
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