Sunday, April 16, 2017
#BBNaija: 'I didn’t dump Bisola at the altar , we split because we had some...' - Her Babydaddy bares it all
During the final week of the housemates' stay at The Big Brother Naija house, It was reported on Social Media that , Bisola was allegedly abandoned at the altar of St. Leos Catholic Church, Ikeja, Lagos, on their wedding day some years ago by her Baby daddy. The Star came out of BBN house to debunk the story, says she has never been married and was never left at any altar by any man.
In an exclusive chat with Sunday Scoop, Bisola’s baby daddy, Olanrewaju Malcolm, who is an artiste manager and showbiz promoter, denied doing that.
He said, “It is a big fat lie that I dumped Bisola at the altar; there was nothing like that. In fact, I’m still
looking for the person who wrote that story online because it is malicious. We split because we had some personality traits that could not complement each other and there was never any marriage.”
Expressing his opinion of her conduct while in the house, Malcolm said, “I think she was able to go there, represent herself well and also showcase her talent. She was lively and full of fun while in the house and I guess that’s what viewers want.” On if he had ever haboured thoughts that Bisola would one day participate in a reality show of that nature, he said, “I have always known her as a very talented person and she always goes for what she wants. In fact, she had been in reality shows before Big Brother.”
Speaking about Bisola’s closeness to Tony while in the house, he said, “She is a grown woman and whatever she did on the show is her business.”
He also said that their daughter, Leyla hasn’t really said much about the show, but “naturally, she’s happy that her mother won.”
Responding to a question on whether they would still get back together, Malcolm said “Everything still remains the same. It doesn’t mean that because she was successful at Big Brother Naija, we are coming back together. There was a reason for our break up, which is personality differences, and those differences are still there.”