BBNaija’s Bella Biography, Age, Marital Status, Net Worth

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Bella, one of the ‘Level Up’ Housemates of Big Brother Naija Season 7, is a UNILAG alumna, and content creator, who is vibrant and carefree.

She is a well-known social media influencer and has collaborated with a number of companies.

Bella is the younger sister of Nollywood actor Chris Okagbue and Flavour’s babymama, Sandra Okagbue.

Profile Summary Of Bella

Real name:                   Chidimma Esther Okagbue

Date of birth:               31 May 1997 Age 25 years old (as of 2022)

Place of birth:              Anambra State, Nigeria

Current residence:     Lagos, Nigeria

State origin:                 Anambra State

Nationality:                  Nigerian

Religion:                       Christianity

Relationship status:  Single

Education:                   University of Lagos (UNILAG)

Siblings:                        8

Profession:                 Model, content creator, social media influencer.

Bella reportedly has a net worth of $15,000 to $20,000.

BBNaija’d Bella has been entangled with Sheggz, a situation that seems to be a problem for BBNaija’s Doyin, who is having feelings for Sheggz.

During the show opening, Bella described herself as someone who loves travelling, swimming, photography, and making new connections.

The reality TV star also said she is a no-nonsense person who gets pissed off easily and is highly competitive because she likes winning.

According to Bella, most of her friends are male because she doesn’t get along with girls.

She said: “It always leads to jealousy and gossip and headaches,” two things she tries to avoid at all costs.”

When asked about habits that are most likely to irritate her fellow Housemates, Bella stated that her bluntness and fearless nature would be a major issue because she doesn’t sugar-coat her words.

In her words: “I tell it like it is, and people hate to hear the truth”.

Bella admits that she decided to sign up for Big Brother Naija because she wants to be rich and famous.

“I do not ever want to introduce myself. I want to walk into a room and be recognised. I love a life of comfort and intentional happiness.”

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