Recently evicted BBNaija Lockdown housemate, Prince Nelson Enwerem, has rejected a GoFundMe account set up in his name by his fans after his eviction.
The GoFundMe page titled “Prince Nelson’s Dream Must Not Die” was set up by concerned fans in order to raise funds for the BBNaija housemate to start his salon and beauty business.
While expressing gratitude for the love and support, BBNaija Prince wrote that he doesn’t want his supporters to go through the struggle of raising funds for him in these difficult times.
Prince said he already has some investors willing to support his dream of starting a salon.
The 24-year-old model and fashion designer wrote on his Instagram:
“My dear Royal Army, I’m still overwhelmed and trying to soak in all the love you have been showing me. I’m sincerely speechless because I never expected the love I’m receiving. This GoFundMe account was brought to my attention last night and I almost teared up by the mere thought and intentions behind it. We are experiencing difficult times now and people still want to do this for me? Nah, I think it’s time you all rest while I think of what to do to pay you all back for the surreal love. I sincerely appreciate this gesture, but I want my Royal Army to save their funds on this one. My dream of starting a salon will surely come to pass ASAP, as I already have some Investors and hopefully some brands interested in this dream. I want to make you all proud and all I need right now is the continuous love, spiritual and moral support you all have been excessively showing me. Thank you to my beautiful and wonderful Royal Army @flyest_mz and @_Super_jewel for trying to put the GoFund together. Love you guys so much. My media rounds is still ongoing but I can’t wait to interact with everyone of you on a personal level soon on my IG live. Love you all my darlings”.
Following Prince’s request, the GoFundMe account has subsequently been taken down.