He revealed this during an official interview with the show’s host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, in which he discussed his time on the show.
According to Whitemoney, being in the kitchen became a lifestyle for him, but he later chose to make it a strategy.
In terms of how much of a strategy it was, Whitemoney stated that cooking was 80% lifestyle and 20% strategy.
“It was 80 percent lifestyle and 20 percent strategy,” Whitemoney said. “80 percent lifestyle in the sense that I literally spend my time in the kitchen, cleaning dishes, and doing everything else. The strategy comes in the sense that this was my strength.”
Due to his continuous cooking for housemates, Whitemoney piqued the curiosity of many Nigerians from his first week in the Big Brother House.
During Pere’s stint as Head of House, the hairdresser and entrepreneur got involved in a confrontation with a fellow housemate.
Pere had said that Whitemoney should cease cooking for the housemates and that all of the housemates should participate in meal preparation.
Despite Pere’s repeated acts of aggression, Whitemoney’s perceived humiliation inevitably garnered the latter more followers, as viewers believed he was a gentleman for not reacting adversely.