Big Brother Naija finalist Alex has been having the best times of her life as she just got the pass into the celebrity status in Nigeria and just like every other famous person, her activities are always on the radar and watch of preying eyes.
Recall that during the show, Alex experienced what could pass for a wardrobe malfunction but a lot of viewers across the internet believe she intentionally flashed her boobs to attract more fans, perhaps from the male folks. This has since haunted her since she left the show.
However, the Enugu State indigene in a recent interview had debunked the claims and explained that it was an honest mistake.
Read the Excerpts Below:
My original name is Asogwa Amuche Sandra. However, I didn’t like the name, Sandra, so I changed it to Alexandra though I prefer Alex because it is an uncommon name for a girl. I am from Nsukka in Enugu State. I am the first of my parents’ three children.
One of the childhood memories I cherish was when I celebrated my birthday at a place called Mr Fans in Lagos. It was really nice and I think I still have some pictures. I also remember my experience during the Ikeja Cantonment bomb blasts in 2001. It was a very terrible experience for me because we had a family outing that day.
Till this day, I still have goose pimples whenever I think about that incident. My childhood ambition was to become a celebrity.
For my elementary education, I attended Shalom Nursery and Primary School, GRA, Enugu, and Aunty Lizzy International Nursery and Primary School, Abule Egba, Lagos. I went to Daughters of Divine Love Juniorate, Enugu, and Easy Flow College, Lagos, for my junior secondary and senior secondary education.
Showing my breast while I was in the house was an honest mistake. It was unintentional and it was not done because I wanted to have more fans.
My challenge lies in not knowing the right way to go about what I want to do. Everyone is trying to change me; though I don’t see it as a challenge. I just feel that people should not judge me for not living my life the way they chose to live theirs. It is also not fair for people to say that I am not a lady because I dress in a certain way.