#BBNaija S6: Pere Vows To Kick WhiteMoney Out of Kitchen, Says He’s Allegedly Using Cooking As A Strategy To Be Indispensable.

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The newly crowned Head of Head, HoH, Pere has said he would stop WhiteMoney from cooking for everyone, noting it’s a strategy to make himself indispensable to everyone in the Big Brother Naija House.

Pere, right from week one, allegedly not really feeling cook having the 29-year-old businessman with him in the House and several speculations have had it that he’s allegedly seeing WhiteMoney as a threat to him.

HoH while discussing with his deputy, Maria, disclosed that he’s not in support of the idea of one person cooking for everyone in the House.

He stressed that his cooking all the time, is not logical because it could lead to a “you all would need me or you all have to need me’ mentality which is very detrimental, adding that it is horrible and he doesn’t like it.

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Pere stressed further that BBNaija House is not a vacation as all of them are there to play games, and cooking for all might be a good strategy for WhiteMoney, but he wouldn’t take it.

He added that he must do everything he can to have him not be in the kitchen all the time as he can also cook as well.

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WhiteMoney has been the one who is taken care of the kitchen and other cooking-related activities like monitoring their kitchen supplies and he usually makes the list for their Sunday house shopping since the housemates made their entry into the Big Brother House.

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