BBNaija's Ella announces she is quitting music, shares video

BBNaija's Ella announces she is quitting music, shares video

- 2019 BBNaija ex-housemate Ella has announced her decision to quit music

- The reality star who has been pursuing a career in music revealed it has been difficult getting funds

- This comes shortly after she took to social media to solicit for financial aid to save her mother who was ill

While the BBNaija reality show has offered a lot of people the platform to showcase their talents and hopefully become successful, sadly there are those who still struggle even after being on the show.

One of such people is 2019 BBNaija Pepper Dem ex-housemates, Ella. Not so much has been heard about her music career neither has she signed on to any music label. Ella whose beautiful voice won over fans, has announced her decision to quit music.

In a video which she posted to her Instagram page, she stated that being an independent artiste requires a lot of resources which she no longer has. Ella who appeared resigned, stated that she will be giving up the dream she has had since she was 9.

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The reality star also cited her mother's recent illness as another factor. She revealed that she had to use up all her funds and even call on others to help give her mum the necessary medical aid.

Watch the video below:

Recall just a while ago, Ella had taken to her Instagram page to ask for help for her ailing mother. According to the reality star, her mother needs the sum of N600k for an operation.

Intimacy therapist, Jaruma, responded to Ella's cries for help and reportedly sent her the N600k needed for her mother's operation. Jaruma also commended Ella's bravery for publicly asking for help seeing as she is also a celeb and people might mock her for being in need.

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