Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Uriel Oputa has revealed the major trigger into depression.
The actress made this known via her Instagram story as she reacted to reports of Kaisha being mentally ill.
Uriel Oputa noted how losing endorsement deals can trigger one into depression .
According to her, when a BBN’s housemate endorsement deals stop coming, he/she would find it hard to mentally phantom why those brands have stopped calling you.
“When you have fame in abundance, endorsement deals flying. Then bang it stops!!!
This is a major trigger into depression. You can’t mentally phantom why those brands have stopped calling you.
In 4 months you have gone from being ok with eating from local Buka’s to only 5 star restaurant. You went from buying a new wig every so often, to every week. Because you can afford it doesn’t mean it’s financially liable.
It’s a fast train don’t let the crowd allow you miss your rightful destination”.
Kaisha battling mental health
This is coming hours after news broke out that the Level Up housemate, Kaisha had been battling mental health for some days now.
According to the blog, Kaisha was spotted at her estate in Ikota, Lekki roaming about without a shoe and a rough hair.
The site further claimed that the 2020 reality star has been seen on multiple times passing out in the estate.
The blog added that many of her co-housemates are aware of her mental battle but chose to look away.
“Hello tueh tueh, this is for all BBNaija Alumni, one of you guys is mentally down and her situation is so critical now. She has mental illness and not well taken care of. Instead of the manager to seek help she took down all her pictures from her verified page and left it empty. As it now even her business page can’t function again as it is only the sister that is taking care of her.
As at yesterday she was still seen in her estate, Ikota Lekki roaming about without a shoe and hair so rough. I guess the sister who is taking care of her stepped out to get something hence she was able to come out. Infact she passes out sometimes in the estate and the sister has been managing her. Some of this BBN people know but chose to look away. Let’s all not be too quick to type RIP. Now that she is still here, this is a call for help! Alumni una know who I dey talk Ikota, Lekki she dey live”.