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“Are you working before?” Netizens drag BBNaija Angel as she sets to attain ‘Sugar Baby’ status from working woman



Angel Smith, a Shine Ya Eye finalist on Big Brother Naija Season 6, has sparked controversy online by announcing her intention to stop working.

Angel took to Instagram, where she posted a photo of herself in a bedroom with a short caption about her desires.

She does not want to work; she wants to be pampered and catered to.

She wrote, “I don’t want to be a working woman anymore; I want to be a sugar baby.”

This post has received mixed reactions, with some agreeing with Angel and claiming they, too, want to be pampered, while others questioned the multi-brand ambassador’s source of income.

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florencegabriel1281 wrote: Which work u dey do before I laugh in Swahili

mero5th: Like say no be your work since

nazzybellabenz wrote: independent woman don give up

nazzybellabenz wrote: independent woman don give up

Angel was heartbroken when she mourned her late lover, who died three years ago, it was reported a few months ago.

Angel posted a video of her late lover goofing off on Instagram, along with a heartfelt letter detailing their beautiful moments.

Angel relished the few years they spent together, recalling some fond memories that remained in her heart.

She wrote:

“It’s been three years without you, I’m 22 now, remember you used to call me small madam, guess I’m a big madam now. I will love you forever, and I will tell everyone about what a phenomenal human being you were, so much so that I couldn’t believe you ended up with me.

I truly believe that you came into my life to show me that I could be loved; flawed and everything and your mere existence was fact that good people do exist; and I’ve never stopped believing.

I wonder if you’re still lactose intolerant up there? Not that you even cared; you consumed so much milk while complaining about your tummy hurting, I miss your jokes that were so unfunny I would laugh because of how dry they were, I miss mocking your British accent.

All the love I have learnt; I learnt from you, you’re all 19 years old Angel knew, and I’m 22 now; you’re still all I’ve ever known. I would choose the pain over and over again because experiencing you is far greater than any pain i’d feel.

I hope the Angels Carry you safely on their backs but knowing you, you’re probably one yourself, I hope there’s no milk there for you to feast on, although I’m sure your tummy won’t hurt anymore; you’re in a place where pain is a fiction of our human imagination, I hope they don’t give you time out for how loud you laugh, cause God knows you laughed so loudly it lit up a room, so full of life.

You were so much more than my first love; you were my friend, my laughing partner, my comedian and most importantly Victor; you were you.

You were nice and sweet and kind and you had 12 birthmarks; I know because I counted them that time you got so tipsy, you told me you loved me and I froze up, that was the first time you said it.

Now I live not only for myself but for you, for my dreams as well as yours, for the echo of your laughter on a really bad day.

My best friend, my Mayo boy, my first everything, you know it goes beyond the existence of time and even the confinements of infinity, I love you so much, keep resting and don’t be angry at me that I barely visit;

If there’s one thing we both share in common; it’s that we’re both ghosts( I have laughed so hard at this joke; you’d have loved it.

your egghead Angel”

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