A number of people often assume that being famous is the best thing ever and that popular people have no worries in the world. Time has proven that this assumption is wrong going by the number of celebs who have spoken up about depression.
It has been discovered that fame comes with its own kind of pressure that is not meant for the fainthearted.
Nigerian singer and former Big Brother Nigeria 2017 fake housemate, Jon Ogah, recently took to his Instagram page to reveal that he is going through a lost phase. He further explained that he does not seem to be progressing or declining but finds himself floating.
In the now edited caption of his post, he wrote: “Lately I have been going through a “lost” phase. I feel like I am neither moving forward nor backwards, I find myself floating. I feel it’s a good thing I have recognised that and now I feel I can do something about it.”
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This is surprising seeing as he has a lot of things going for him including his good looks, his music career as well as his education.
Unknown to many, the Uncle Suru crooner has a bachelors degree in Business Adminsitration from the University of Portsmouth as well as a Masters degree in International Business from Grenoble Ecole De Management in France.
He also won the first edition of talent show, Glo Naija sings at the tender age of 18. Hopefully he would find his feet and regain his star power.
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Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that popular reality TV show, BBNaija, is sent to hold its 2019 edition in Nigeria instead of South Africa like in previous years.
Nigerians all over the world were glued to their TV screens in the past just to catch a glimpse of their favourite housemates and even spent huge amounts to vote for the contestant they wanted to emerge as winner.
Despite the fact that there can only be one winner, the show helped create a good platform for former contestants and some of them have made good use of the opportunity.
In the past, the programme gained criticism for taking place in South Africa despite it being tagged a Nigerian show. But things would be a bit different in the 2019 edition.
It has been gathered that the reality show is going to take place in Nigeria and auditions are to hold on the first and second of February.
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