The 24-year-old reality star has made a passionate appeal to her fans not to drag her fellow ex-housemates; as the much-awaited reunion sets to air.
Making the appeal via her official Twitter handle; she asked them to disregard any mention of her name even if it doesn’t go down well with them.
“Morning Family, Please while we await the reunion to air if for any reason my name is mentioned and it doesn’t sit well with you.
Please don’t drag anyone for it, because it was how they felt in the house, we’ve all moved past it, this was for closure and to promote peace.”
Please while we await the reunion to air, if for any reason my name is mentioned and it doesn’t sit well with you, please don’t drag anyone for it, because it was how they felt in the house, we’ve all moved past it, this was for closure and to promote peace. ???
— Official_DianeRusset (@DianeRusset) May 30, 2020
Meanwhile, the last edition of the show saw Mercy Eke winning, becoming the first woman to claim the coveted crown.
At the 2019 Big Brother Naija edition, former video vixen and dancer, Mercy Eke became the first lady to win the competition. Mercy was announced the winner on the 99th day; 10 days after she was involved in an infamous bout with arch-rival, Tacha.
Consequently, she took home the sum of N60million worth of prizes, including a brand new Innoson SUV worth N25million, plus an all-expenses-paid trip for two to an exotic destination.
Also, Mike finished as the first runner-up while Frodd emerged second runner-up.
The other two finalists were Omashola and Seyi.