“For me it was a sad moment,” writes Erica Nlewedim in the first post of Instagram since being excluded from the reality show of Big Brother Naija, NaijaCover Notes.
They tell, our fate is not in the stars but in ourselves
The 19th of July was the beginning of the rest of my life, when I wanted to appear on the Bigbrother show.
I was excited as I was and couldn’t figure out what the future holds. As an open book, I stepped into the house, believing in my strengths and weaknesses which I bore to see the world.
I was confident this would allow me to navigate through house life. However, nothing prepares you for life events except the experiences and it was my responsibility to learn and live.
My experiences were balanced as I made the best of friends, fine-tuned existing abilities, discovered new ones, lived in the moment and left. My sad times, however, took precedence and my travel was shortened.
It was a really sad moment for me because I knew I had not only let myself down but that the Elites were named by an entire army and families.
The Elite League stood by me all along, all of them 800k and counting, and I couldn’t be more than thankful to all of you. I love you so much, guys.
Life threw lemons at me, and with it Margaritas are made lol by the Elite League, I couldn’t be more thankful for the true love , patience, thoughts, attention, feelings, and zeal with which you held my matter, a totally foreigner. Because of you, Erica Nlewedim is now named STAR GIRL, the newly popular actress.
Indeed, having my future was never in the stars because the STAR IS ME Everything.