Hermes denies dating Allysyn.


Naija’s big brother’s (season 7) housemate, Hermes Iyele, claims to have nothing to do with Allysyn, his love on the show.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, he said: “We were great. Just best friends for life. Beautiful, to say the least.

She’s doing really well with her brand and to be honest, I wish her the best. But we’re not in a (romantic) relationship. But we’re best friends, just going through life. Needless to say, it’s beautiful.


When asked how much his life has changed since he became part of BBNaija, he said: A lot has changed both positively and negatively. Before BBN, I had a lot of things I wanted to do but didn’t have the resources. There are many things I can do now. But I don’t even have time for that.

Iyele also mentioned that he has faced many punishments over the years. He said, “I have experienced many curses in my life. Before BBN, market women, children, and others who came from poor areas and didn’t know who I was, had a lot of opinions about me.

They said i shouldn’t wear too many earrings like a man. They also established that I always carried a syringe with me. And because of the way I present myself; As for fashion and my lifestyle in general. But I ignore comments that don’t say who I am. Criticism doesn’t really touch me.”

Regarding plans for 2023, the reality TV star said, “This year I will be introducing a clothing line. I danced a lot, but I plan to do more in the second half of the year.

“To give back to the community, Sunday Ozegbe and I have been ‘managing’ our community in Oworonshoki, Lagos for many years. We protest bad roads and violence in our community. And work them out. We created a template to celebrate life in our community and other places like ours.”




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