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BBNaija’s Whitemoney goes spiritual, says ‘I’ll win Grammy Award’



BBNaija All Stars housemate, Whitemoney, has Once again, affirmed his goal to win the much-coveted Grammy Award

During his diary session on Tuesday, September 5, the winner of the Season 6 “Shine Ya Eye’ edition of the BBNaija show, on international TV, prayed that he would clinch an award at the Grammys.

Outlining his several aliases, Whitemoney revealed he would win the esteemed award because of the immense talent he supposedly possesses.

He described himself as one of the greatest Highlife/Afro musicians from the West African region.

With his hand raised; the reality TV star declared: “By the grace of God, I know I am the greatest and one of the greatest Highlife musicians, Afro musicians to come out of West Africa.

“Because I know I am talented and by the grace of God, I, Whitemoney aka Ozupuruniego aka Ugo Ndi Igbo aka the Otamiemie master; I will win the Grammy by the grace of God. I said it from the Big Brother’s House in the Diary Room. And so shall it be, in the name of Jesus; Amen!’

In 2021, Whitemoney while addressing critics of his debut song, ‘Selense’, told them he would win the Grammy Award in the coming year (2022).

That followed after a troll advised the reality star to save his BBNaija prize money and not waste it on venturing into music.

When asked in an interview on Cool FM to speak prophetically on where he sees his music career the next year, the singer affirmed that his song would have made it to the Grammy.

Whitemoney said last year: “By this time next year, I’ll get a Grammy Award, Isha Allah.”

Buttressing his point, he condemned the idea of trolls comparing him with past winners on how every previous winner hopped on making music.

He cautioned: “A lot of hate comments fly around claiming that every housemate that comes out of Big Brother wants to go into music. The thing is, I do not just want to go into music; I have been in music before I auditioned for the show. It’s just that I didn’t have the platform like every other up-and-coming artist.

“I went into Big Brother to leverage on their platform so people should not compare me with past winners of BBNaija.”