Former Big Brother Nigeria housemate, Alexandra Asogwa, otherwise known as Alex Unusual was robbed in Abuja by some unknown men
The reality star put it up on her Social Media alongside a picture of a car that had been smashed up.
She said: Was robbed yesterday alongside princessdaprada, a lot lost but more to gain in the future as life goes on .
It is unknown if Alex Unusual was in the car when the robbery occurred or what exactly was taken from them.
We are grateful that they are alive though as sometimes robberies can turn rather deadly.
Alex Unusual was a popular member of the last Big Brother cast, most especially for her supposed romance with fellow housemate, Tobi Bakre.
Many tipped them to remain a couple after the show, but it doesn’t seem that that is the case and in an interview with The Nation, she was asked when she would like to get married to which she said that it was a difficult question to answer.
“That question is very hard to answer. Do you know why? Before Big Brother, if you asked me, I would have told you at 22years because I want my child to look like my sister and close to Big Brother, I extended it to maybe 24. So, as it is now, I can even just be talking to you and just say six months, you hear Alex is getting married. If I see someone that I’m ready to spend the rest of my life with in the next one day or two days, fine.” She said.
She was then asked if she could marry a man who wasn’t financially stable, to which she said: “It depends. There are some people who have a lot of money now but when you look at their lifestyle, you know that if they continue their life like this, in the next three years, they won’t have anything again or if no one is there for them, they are going to fall. So, if I see someone who is not financially buoyant, I am not going to take his burden into my life and I know that God will not send a burden to me. But I am not saying you should be able to afford all the cars in this world but be okay for yourself, at least you can feed yourself. It is love that matters and not what the person has.”