Chichi and her fellow level-up housemates were taken on a sponsored trip to South Africa by Pepsi but she didn’t join them in the economy class.
Taking to Snapchat to explain why she didn’t fly with her colleagues, Chichi said they were all given economy class tickets but since she’s not used to flying economy, she decided to upgrade her ticket to Business class.
“I can’t remember the last time I flew economy, this is not about me being proud. So we all had economy class and I wanted to upgrade to business class. It was quite stressful but I did it anyway.”
Watch her speak below,
In other news, Chichi recently spoke about her life before stardom.
Speaking in a recent interview, the exotic dancer turned reality TV star bewailed how people in that line of work are usually looked down on in Nigeria.
Chichi, who asserted in the chat with Punch that she is the most judged stripper, stated that exotic dancers are usually judged by people and seen as lesser humans in our part of the world.
“I think I am the most judged stripper. When I was a stripper, (I don’t strip anymore), people often came to me for help and at the same time, they would judge me. They did not see us as human beings. Stripping is actually a profession but in my father’s land (Nigeria), it is not seen as one. It was really hard because people were so judgmental.
“Because of that, I cannot talk in public. And, that is why I am uptight; I don’t like expressing myself. Whenever I talk, people are quick to throw ‘shades’ at me, saying what do I know since I’m just a stripper. They feel we (strippers) can do anything for money.” She said.