The current season of Big Brother Naija has had so many highlights from different discussions that the 26 housemates has had since the reality show started.
On Thursday afternoon, Angel, Pere, Cross and White Money were in a discussion. White Money talked about the Cubana brotherhood that consists of Obi Cubana, Cubana Chief priest, Jowi Zazza and so much more.
White Money said that the group which is made up of mostly Anambra men are determined to help one another.
Pere responded by asking where most movies are acted in eastern Nigeria. White Money replied that Enugu and Asaba are the places that most indigenous movies are acted.
Pere answered that he will love to go to Enugu after the show to get movie roles. White Money stated that he is willing to help him get movie roles in situations the producers can't reach out to him. In his own words, "I will assist you get Nollywood projects, in situations where they cannot reach you directly. Believe me, if you enter Asaba for one project, other producers will also want you on their shows and you will end up staying longer than you initially planned to stay."
It seems that White Money and Pere are now friends and no longer dislike each other.
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