Former BBN Housemate KimOprah cries out on how people drag her on social media for being too beautiful

Former BBN Housemate KimOprah cries outon how people drag her on social media for being too beautiful

Former BBN Housemate KimOprah cries outon how people drag her on social media for being too beautiful

Former beauty queen and one-time housemate on the popular reality show Big Brother Naija, Chinonso Opara, who goes by the moniker KimOprah, has spoken out about the challenges of being attractive. In a recent interview, she shared that she often finds herself being criticized simply because of her looks.

The stunning KimOprah, who has won numerous beauty pageants in the past, revealed that she is paying a hefty price for being blessed with good looks. Despite her talents, intelligence, and achievements, people tend to focus solely on her appearance and condemn her for it.

It's unfortunate that society sometimes values physical beauty over a person's other qualities, and KimOprah has had to deal with this issue firsthand. Nevertheless, she remains determined to pursue her dreams and live life on her own terms.

As an accomplished model, entrepreneur, and influencer, KimOprah has proven that she is more than just a pretty face. Her determination and hard work have earned her a loyal following and numerous accolades. She is an inspiration to many young women who aspire to follow in her footsteps.

In an interview with a media personality, Hawa Magaji, she said, “People criticise me for the weirdest reason. How can you drag me for being beautiful? Sometimes, people also pit celebs against one another, creating animosity for no reason.”

She also revealed that she broke down after participating in BBN. She said, “My life has been one of grace and blessings, because some things happen and one wonders why. I really broke down after Big Brother. I have never shared this story. I was really broken, because with pageantry, I did not get anywhere. I thought BBN would be different because it was out of my comfort zone. My people advised me to try it because I had been in Lagos for about a year hosting events. I recall that I used to tell Denrele Edun to give me some of the gigs that were below his pay grade.”

KimOprah also added that being raised by an independent woman like her mother helped her to grow her business. She said, “Growing up with a strong independent woman helped me business wise, and in life generally. It taught me not to wait on anyone. If one has to do something, one has to do it by oneself. I don’t wait around for people to do something for me; I just do it myself.”

In conclusion, KimOprah's story is a reminder that beauty should not be the only measure of a person's worth. It's time to recognize and celebrate the unique talents and qualities that each individual brings to the table. Let's focus on empowering one another and building each other up rather than tearing each other down.

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