During her appearance as a guest on the, “I Said What I Said Podcast”, the reality TV star turned lawyer expressed her dismay.
When asked what one thing had changed since leaving the Big Brother All Stars house, she replied: “I think the kind of information I consume changed. I thought Nigerians knew better so coming out and hearing certain narratives and things that were not even true..I thought you guys were smarter than this, but then I realized that Nigerians were not as smart as I thought. So that was shocking to me but I was like yeah, that is why our country is the way it is now,” she said.
She added that she wasn’t sure if returning to the Big Brother house was worth it.
“I’m still trying to figure out whether it was worth it or not but I’ve accepted that I went back for a reason and God blessed me even the second time so we move,” she said.
Cee-C said in the same interview that being in the Big Brother house was crazy and that she had trouble keeping her mental health intact during her time in the All-Stars house.