Wednesday, 16 September 2020 08:53

BBNaija: Prince Rejects Gofundme Account Set Up For Him by Fans After He Got Evicted

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Prince Enwerem, a recently evicted BBNaija housemate, has rejected a GoFundMe account set up for him by his fans following his eviction.

 

Just as Erica's fans did, Prince's fans joined together to set up a GoFundMe campaign to help make his dream of owning a salon come true. Erica 's supporters who were excluded from the reality television competition have raised over $35, 160 in the GoFundMe they set up for her so far.

 

But Prince says now is not the time for Nigerians to part with their hard-earned income, as the Coronavirus pandemic has adversely affected many 's finances. His report reads:

My dear Royal Army, I’m still overwhelmed and trying to soak in all the love you have been showing me. I’m sincerely speechless because I never expected the love I’m receiving.

This GoFundMe account was brought to my attention last night and I almost teared up by the mere thought and intentions behind it.

We are experiencing difficult times now and people still want to do this for me?
Nah, I think it’s time you all rest while I think of what to do to pay you all back for the surreal love.

I sincerely appreciate this gesture, but I want my Royal Army to save their funds on this one.

My dream of starting a salon will surely come to pass ASAP, as I already have some Investors and hopefully some brands interested in this dream.

I want to make you all proud and all I need right now is the continuous love, spiritual and moral support you all have been excessively showing me.

Thank you to my beautiful and wonderful Royal Army @flyest_mz and @_Super_jewel for trying to put the GoFund together. Love you guys so much.

My media rounds is still ongoing but I can’t wait to interact with everyone of you on a personal level soon on my IG live.

Love you all my darlings

 

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