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BBNaija ‘All Stars’: Venita Speaks On Number Of Times She Have S3x Yearly

BBNaija ‘All Stars’: Venita Speaks On Number Of Times She Have S3x Yearly

Big Brother Naija ‘All-Stars’ housemate, Venita Akpofure, has disclosed she does not frequently engage in sexual intercourse.

Naija News reports that the controversial reality TV star made the revelation on Tuesday during a chat with her fellow housemates, Kiddwaya, Seyi, and Adekunle.

This comes a few days after her colleague, Ike Onyema, said he pimps BBNaija girls to his friends, including Venita.

Venita is yet to respond to the accusation, as Ike made the statement during a conversation with Whitemoney and Cross.

The reality TV star, during the conversation with her colleagues, said she engages in s3x once every six months, and her friends always complain about it.

Venita said: “I don’t use to have sex, just like frequent. They [my friends] always complain that I need to go and do that, I’m so up tired. I literally have sex like, maybe, once every six months, which is really bad. That’s terrible”

Stop Comparing Me With Young Women Without Children

Meanwhile, Venita Akpofure has asked Nigerians to stop comparing her with other reality TV stars, especially young women.

Naija News understands that some netizens on Twitter named their top most beautiful former BBNaija housemates and Venita made the list.  Not as the first, but she was in the top five in some people’s lists while those like Maria, Bella, Diane, Kim Oprah, and others were placed before her.

Reacting in a series of tweets via her Twitter handle, the mother of two argued that it was an insult to compare her to young women ‘who haven’t had kids yet’ and those who haven’t garnered up to ‘5 years in the entertainment industry’.

Venita maintained that she does not need to compete with others as she is evergreen.

The reality star, however, star urged netizens to stop turning women against each other and celebrate their individual achievements instead.


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