"I Had A Brand That Dropped Me"- BBNaija Doyin Recounts How An Interview Costed Her Brand Ambassadorship
  • BBNaija Doyin Recounts How An Interview Costed Her Brand Ambassadorship because of an interview she gave.
  • The brand dropped her because of her honesty in the interview, which revealed her true feelings about the brand.
  • Doyin David admitted to being fake in the past, which led to her being dropped by the brand.
  • BBNaija Doyin David expressed gratitude for the experience, stating that it helped her grow and learn to be more authentic.

Doyin David, a former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, recently shared her experiences on the reality show and her career as an influencer.

In an interview on the “Live With Lynda” podcast, she revealed that her performance on the first season of BBNaija, Level Up, was not up to her standards, prompting her to return for the All-Stars edition.

BBNaija Doyin Recounts How An Interview Costed Her Brand Ambassadorship
BBNaija Doyin Recounts How An Interview Costed Her Brand Ambassadorship

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She also admitted to portraying a fake persona during her initial time on the show, pretending to be mature and a peacemaker despite her natural inclination towards confrontation.

Doyin shared that she lost a brand partnership due to an interview she participated in, acknowledging that it was a consequence she had coming.

She confessed that she deserved to be dropped because she strayed from her agreed-upon narrative and talked about things she was not supposed to discuss.

BBNaija Doyin Recounts How An Interview Costed Her Brand Ambassadorship

She differentiated between influencers and content creators, stating that while there is some overlap, they are not interchangeable terms.

In her words:

“My first run wasn’t my best run, to be honest. I have been on the show twice, and I came out of the show, and I hated it. I was fake. I came out with the narrative that Doyin is too mature. She is always trying to talk things out; that’s not really me oo. In real life, I fight.”

I am not a content creator.

“Influencers are people who try to sell a product to their audience. I think content creators can be influencers, but I don’t think influencers can be content creators. There is no bad or good brand. I had a brand that dropped me. They had signed me and paid me the money, but they called and asked for a refund, and it was because of an interview I did. And to be fair to them, I deserved to be dropped because why did I talk?”

Watch the full interview below…

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