JUST IN: “I would rather die than betray you” – Cross vows to CeeC (Video)

BBNaija ‘All Stars’ housemate Cross pledges unwavering loyalty to CeeC during a heartfelt conversation.
Cross expresses astonishment at CeeC’s newfound openness with him, surpassing her interactions with other housemates.
Cross asserts his commitment to protect CeeC’s trust, declaring he would rather die than betray her....CONTINUE READING

BBNaija ‘All Stars’ housemate Cross expressed his unwavering commitment to protect CeeC’s trust, even to the point of making a solemn vow that he would rather embark on a one-way journey to the afterlife than betray her confidence.

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This significant exchange occurred during an intimate heart-to-heart chat between the two contestants.
A photo of Cross.

CeeC, known for her guarded demeanor, apparently revealed something of great importance to Cross, prompting his remarkable declaration.

Cross conveyed his deep appreciation for the trust CeeC had placed in him, noting that she had confided in him more openly than with any other housemates.


A photo of CeeC.

This newfound vulnerability seemed to cement their bond, as Cross resolved to honor and safeguard the trust CeeC had extended.

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In related news, During an intimate conversation, Big Brother Naija All Stars contestant CeeC emphasized that she views fellow housemate Cross as a cherished little brother rather than a romantic partner, despite their evident closeness.

The revelation came during an intimate discussion between CeeC and another housemate, Whitemoney, on a relaxed Saturday night.

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The 30-year-old lawyer and reality star expressed her sentiments, highlighting that while there is undoubtedly a special bond between her and the 32-year-old Cross, it is purely platonic and devoid of any romantic chemistry.

In CeeC words;

“There is something about Cross. I see him as a little brother. There’s this thing that he does. I feel for him.”

Whitemoney, known for his witty remarks, humorously chimed;…CONTINUE READING

No, he [Cross] is a little boy. He doesn’t get angry.“