It’s sad I can’t help everyone- BBNaija’s Erica cries out online
Former Big Brother Nigeria participant, Erica Nlewedim has talked about the emotion that arises when she goes above and beyond to assist “more people” who are in dire need of various assistance.
She acknowledged that she sometimes feels overburdened when she offers a helping hand to others since the more she does it, the more powerless she feels when she realizes how many more people are in need of assistance.
Erica, a former beauty queen who placed 10th in the 2014 Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MGBN) pageant, claims that she is discouraged by this reality because she regrettably “can’t help everyone.”
“So many people need help, the more I give the more I feel helpless cos at least 100x more people need and I can’t help everyone,” Erica tweeted.
Meanwhile, it now appears that the dream wedding fans of Big Brother Nigeria had envisaged for lover birds Erica and Kiddwaya could not materialise after the rich kid moved on.
This is due to the reality TV personality recently proposing to his white girlfriend in a private ceremony, putting a stop to the rumoured romance people clamoured for.
Media personality Daddy Freeze posted a video of the wedding ceremony online after announcing Kidd’s engagement on his Instagram page on Monday night. He gushed about them, calling it pure love, and posted a video of the couple kissing while having supper.
Tobi Adegboyega, a Nigerian pastor living in the UK was also there, and Kiddwaya asked him during dinner if he would officiate their wedding.
The preacher happily agreed and declared that he would perform the honours
Sharing the clip, Daddy Freeze wrote; ”Kidd Waya & His Fiancé Showing Is How To Love.”
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