The first runner up of the 2020 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality show, Dorathy Bachor, has disclosed her ordeal getting a fitted bra for her ‘big breast’.
The busty reality star during a recent Instagram Live chat with Media Personality, Ubi Franklin, said she ventured into her lingerie brand as a result of the struggle she had with her body feature.
Bachor in her narration said TV show, most especially the BBNaija event has helped her to build her self confidence. She noted that after the Season 5 edition of the Nigeria biggest reality show which she took part in, she was able to come out of her shells as she used to be a private person.
She said; “I am a private person. I hate public opinion. The words, ‘That’s my opinion’, annoys me because I am not someone that would sit down and want to have an opinion about other people’s lives. That was why I stayed in my shell. However, that did not pay my bills and it did not put food on my table either. But, Big Brother Naija made me come out of my shell”.
Speaking further on why she decided to go for the lingerie brand, Bachor said she enjoy doing a business which she could relate too, and the new business idea came from the struggles she had with getting the right braziers.
“When I came out of the house, I was blank. However, I took the time to study my fans. I tried to understand what they liked about me. I found out it was more of (my) confidence. I wanted to do fashion but I realised that many people were already doing that. So, I decided to do something unique that I can relate to. I know the struggles of not being able to get a perfect underwear or bra. The businesses I do are those I can relate to and have a passion for,” She added.
Meanwhile, the Lagos Police Command has arrested socialite, Mike Eze, popularly known as Pretty Mike over the alleged breaching of COVID19 protocols by Cubana Nightclub.
Eze is said to be a director in the Cubana group and went to the Bar Beach Police Division on Thursday morning, March 4, following last weekend’s arrest of 172 workers and clubbers at the Victoria Island branch of the nightclub.