In a recent interview with media personality Toke Makinwa, BBNaija ex-housemate Seyi Awolowo reflected on his time in the Big Brother Naija house and compared it to a "unique form of confinement."
Seyi described the experience as being "uncomfortable, challenging, yet full of lessons."
He shared that he learned a lot about his own character and how to cope with difficult situations.
He also noted that the house was a controlled environment with limited access to the outside world, and that it was often a struggle to remain true to oneself in such a setting.
He said, “I did not know when I said it, I was in a rant. Being in the Big Brother house, it’s a different kind of prison, you know when you agree to extreme conditions, you tend to underestimate the term ‘extreme conditions’ and I think I was at my breaking point at that time.”