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Former Big Brother Naija (Shine Ya Eye) contestant Paul Ephraim, also known as Jaypaul, believes that no one in the world cares about him.

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“I’ve realized that the world doesn’t truly care about one person.” There are people who actually care about you, but you can’t please everyone all of the time. I’m the one who makes sure no one gets furious, but not everyone would be satisfied with one.”

 

“If you’re a decent guy, people will chastise you for being a good guy and accuse you of being a fake.” They are also the ones who said that during my time at BBN, I abandoned money in search of love. In a recent interview with Punch, he asked, “Can’t one pursue two things at the same time?”

The 29-year-old further stated that fame will not alter his personality. “I’ve been able to manage my fame because I don’t look down on anyone,” he explained. Despite being born with a silver spoon in my mouth, I am a street person. I believe I’ve seen everything. I’m not going to change since I’ve been who I’ve always been for a long time.”

 

 

Life after BBN had also been an adventure for Jaypaul, he said. “Life after BBN has been an experience since it is what I have always desired and strived toward,” he stated. Now that I have it, I’m wondering, ‘Do I really want this?’ It’s been an incredible roller coaster ride. The response from fans has been fantastic. I’ve met lovely folks with lovely hearts who tell me how wonderful I am on a regular basis. That’s incredible.”

 

 

The reality star, who was born in Cross River State, also revealed that he had always wanted to be on television. “Music and other stuff on television are among the projects I’m now working on,” he stated. It has always been a dream of mine to appear on television. I want to host the biggest shows and concerts, and I’ve already started. I’ve also been promoting my Made in Calabar company. I’ve done a few commercials and have been experimenting with my creative energy.

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