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‘Why I won’t tone down how I dress, talk’ – BBNaija’s Angel

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• Angel has cleared the air on how proud she always seem flaunting her b**bs in public. And according to her, it’s nobody’s business, what she does with her body.

Ex-Big Brother Naija season 6 Shine Ya Eye contestant and reality television star, Angel Agnes Smith has reiterated that nothing about her lifestyle is going to change.

The reality TV star who made this known during a recent interview with The Sun stated that she’s not stereotypical to start thinking or reasoning the way other people are doing.

And for a fact, it’s nobody’s business what she does with her body as she’s most concerned about her most prized possession, which is her mind.

While re-affirming how her mind helped her throughout her stay in Big Brother Naija House, Angel stressed that now she’s outside the House, she’s back to her natural self, adding that she’s not going to tone down the way she talk, or dress, because it’s nobody’s business.

Angel said; “Honestly, it’s not anybody’s business what I do with my b**bs. I will rather insure my eyes because I have an intense eyes alongside my most prized possession which is my mind.

“I am not stereotypical. I don’t think the way every other person thinks. I am strategic and smart. My most prized possession is my mind, as it has always put me in many beautiful positions.

“Actually, it has been a blessing because once my mind is active, I go to work. My mind has put me in many beautiful places and not my physical endowment or appearance.

“It’s my mind that took me to Big Brother and gave me this huge platform that has made so many people now want to listen to me.

“Before the Big Brother, I was a bit reserved compared to when I was in the house where I had to push my emotions aside just to participate in some of the games, even if I didn’t feel like doing it.

“Now outside the house, I am back to my natural self and the way I talk, dress and have fun, which I am not going to tone down, it’s nobody’s business.”