Uriel Oputa, a former Big Brother Naija housemate, has given some sound advice to her colleagues who are new to the entertainment industry.
Oputa, who was a housemate on the second season of Big Brother Naija in 2017, took to Instagram stories to advise the new sets of ex-housemates on how to stay relevant in the entertainment industry and how to treat brands who require their services.
“Word of advice to all BBN stars, don’t overcharge brands, longevity is key, be reasonable so they use you again even when the new BBN stars come out,” Maintain a positive attitude at all times. Even if you have management, try to add a personal touch to the brand. It’s not about grabbing everything right now; it’s about making a name for yourself in the near future.” she wrote.
According to reports, Uriel Oputa issued a public warning to Nigerians about their eating habits and the consequences.
Uriel, who has always demonstrated her cooking skills and healthy lifestyle, took to her Instagram story to warn Nigerians about the dangers of what they consume on a daily basis and why they should exercise caution.
“It’s frightening to watch some Nigerians eat the amount of Rubbish we eat in the Name of Food,” she wrote. Soups with oil Meat fried in oil There’s way too much pepper. It’s terrifying, fats and starch. Please avoid health problems later in life.”