- Lucy Edet has opened up about her plans for the future and current housing problem
- The Lockdwon ex-housemate who was evicted minutes after Erica's disqualification revealed she intends to grow her food business
- Lucy also threw more light on her controversial exit from the show which showed her snubbing the housemates who wanted to hug her
- She, however, avoided weighing in on Erica and Kiddwaya's relationship following the backlash she received for some remarks made in one of her interviews
BBNaija Lockdown ex-housemate, Lucy Edet, recently had a video interview with Legit.ng in which she shared some interesting new details about her time on the show and plans for the future.
The 2020 BBNaija star who revealed she got into the house on her first try explained why she decided to go into the house.
"I just felt like the world needed to see my type of personality, that someone could look a certain way and yet be a certain way just to like kill a certain stereotype that people were having, and I felt like that was the platform for it," she said.
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Recall Lucy had caused a major buzz on social media after she snubbed the housemates who wanted to give her a hug following her eviction.
While many people opined she did that because she didn't want any 'fake love', Lucy made it known it's all love on her side.
"I feel like it was just an impulse. I know I put up a front but I can assure you when you get that barrier, it's a different person. And I care about every single person in that house, let's not get it twisted. We have our differences but that's it. We get passed that and we're friends. So that (exit) was nothing personal."
One of the things Lucy was known for during her time in the house was clashing with other housemates and getting emotional.
The lady who often said she was constantly misunderstood by the housemates, told Legit.ng that the clashes were simply due to different personalities being made to share the same space.
She said: "We are all very strong personalities from different backgrounds and we are all in the same place at the same time and there's a lot of barriers put around us. You're in someone's house and you're being watched, there's a limitation to the things you can do or say also."
She added: "So, at some point, you'd begin to react to things a certain way and I think that's what happens."
While some of the housemates admitted to coming into the house with a strategy, Lucy made it known her only strategy in the house was being herself.
Lucy whose remarks about Erica and Kiddwaya in a recent interview got her dragged online until she apologized, refused to weigh in when asked about her thoughts about Kiddwaya being a distraction to Erica.
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She, however, admitted she didn't see Erica's disqualification coming, adding that it was only Big Brother who could decide on whether to wipe out all the strikes or disqualify her.
On her housing situation, she admitted to not having a place and revealed she is still trying to 'gather herself'.
Explaining how she became homeless, she revealed her rent was still running when she was preparing to go into the house so she decided to ask a friend to hold onto to her things pending when she comes out of the house.
She added that her new status has now affected the type of house she'll go for. "I'm just looking for a house and considering I'm now out of the BBNaija house, I cannot look for the normal level of house I would have looked for before," she said.
Lucy who runs a grilling business said she plans to continue with it until it becomes a huge success. Then she can proceed to other businesses.
She added: "I want a talk show for my food. I'm excited about everything so far and need the support of my fans who have been great to me."
Also, evicted housemate, Brighto, recently had a video chat with Legit.ng and shared some interesting details about his time in the Big Brother Naija house.
On why he went on the show to compete for the grand prize of N85 million, Brighto revealed how his plan to go for professional courses abroad was affected by the lockdown due to coronavirus.
Watch the full interview below: