- BBNaija’s Ike recently shared a trailer of an interview on his Instagram page
- The reality star briefly spoke about spending time in South Africa and dropped some relationship tips
- Ike also used the opportunity to reveal that his happiest moment in life was calling it quits with Mercy Eke
Former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, Ike, has set tongues rolling in the online community after sharing an interview trailer on his page.
In the video which is only a sneak peek of a full-length interview, Ike touched on spending time in South Africa and how he has been exploring the country.
When asked to give relationship advice, Ike came clean and said that he is not exactly the best person to go around speaking about relationships.
The reality star, however, noted that people should ensure that they are happy in any relationship they find themselves in. According to Ike, people shouldn't rush as being in relationships takes a lot of sacrifices and hard work.
"Make sure you are happy. A relationship is a lot of work, sacrifice. Don’t jump into it until you are ready."
Ike added that a real relationship only works with the right partner.
Fielding a question about his happiest moment in life, Ike stated that it was when he got out of his last relationship.
Watch the clip below:
Some followers were spotted reacting in the comment section including Ike and Mercy’s friend and fellow BBNaija star, Mike Edwards.
Read comments below:
"Dat last part hit different ❤️glad you’re happy regardless."
"Your energy makes me love you more and more."
"Love you bro keeping it 100."
"Beautiful, I love d last part, ur happiest moment in life❤️❤️❤️ b happy boy, so many happy moment awaits u."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ike opened up about his type of woman and what he wants in his future partner.
The reality star also talked about how the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown that followed pushed him into blogging.
Ike said the BBNaija platform opened up opportunities to network and meet some big names in the entertainment industry.