Big Brother Naija ‘shine ya eyes’ winner, Hazel Oyeze Onoduenyi, better known as Whitemoney has revealed why he doesn’t own a restaurant.
In an interview with Honest Bunch Podcast, the reality star and cook revealed that he needs N650 million to start a working restaurant.
According to him, this is the reason why he doesn’t own any restaurant because he can’t do it on his own.
When asked why he can’t solicit help from his fans, Whitemoney questioned which fans can raise that amount of money.
He added that many shouldn’t believe what they see on social media as it is different in reality.
“One of the reasons why I don’t have a working restaurant is because the cost of opening a working restaurant was close to N650 million. I can’t do that on my own.
So fans we contribute N650million for you. Don’t believe everything you see on the net”.
His bombshell revelation has left the internet bewildered.
Nedu drops a hint on how BBNaija’s Whitemoney makes his money
It was reported that Media personality, Nedu had caused a stir online after he hinted at how Whitemoney makes his money.
The reality star had left many questioning his source of wealth after he splashed millions on a new car
Just weeks after releasing his new song, Jada, the singer had added a new car to his fleet of cars. He acquired a white S580 Maybach Benz.
Following the news, many questioned the singer’s source of wealth and called on Nedu, who is known for exposing celebrities, to dig it out.
Reacting to it, Nedu dropped two videos of Whitemoney dressed as a woman.
In the video, the reality TV star deployed humor in his collaboration with Nedu. The skit saw Nedu checking out the luxury ride before making his way into a room where Whitemoney donned female clothing and had heavy makeup on his face.
Revealing his source of income to Nedu, Whitemoney stated that he is a hustler by day and goes into ‘hook up’ by night.
The video had left many talking as they questioned if the star had joined the fruity club.
White money makes a shocking revelation about most BBNaija girls
In other news, Whitemoney revealed interesting facts about his female colleagues from the reality show.
During a controversial episode of a well-known podcast, the singer disclosed that many of his female peers enter reality TV shows primarily to flaunt themselves rather than pursue opportunities.
Additionally, Whitemoney pointed out that once the female contestants exit the show, they promptly request that he connect them with his wealthy associates.
He said: “Most of them, the kind of way they want me to show them is, hook me up with your big friends”…
During the podcast, he remarked that his female colleagues fail to effectively promote themselves as a powerful presence, instead engaging in frivolous activities and squandering their time.