Charles Inojie, a veteran Nigerian actor and filmmaker, has joined the list of BBNaija’s viewer lending their voices to the recent altercation between Big Brother Naija Season 6 housemates, Pere and Whitemoney.
It would be recalled that Pere got into an argument last night with Whitemoney and made to remove his belt, threatening to whip the latter.
His actions infuriated Whitemoney and other housemates, who called him out for bullying.
Reacting, Charles Inojie, in a post via his Instagram account on Tuesday, revealed that if Pere doesn’t retrace his steps he would see himself falling from grace to grass.
According to him, any man who possesses such ego, pride, sense of self-worth, intolerance for competition, abhorrence of rivalry and superiority complex will only be destroying himself.
He further noted that such qualities will only see him going from grace to grass instead of excelling in life.
“From creation day, man’s greatest folly has remained himself, his ego, his pride, his sense of self-worth, his intolerance for competition, his abhorrence of rivalry, his superiority complex.
”Hear me, every man that has fallen from grace to grass, crashed from a position of influence and admiration or suddenly become an enemy of those who once adored him and sang his praises; has had their fall traceable to their inability to manage these vices.
”History is never tired of deconstructing men of such character,” he wrote.
Born June 27, 1986, Pere hails from Warri in Delta State. He mentioned joining the U.S. military so that he could become a citizen quickly.
Raised by a single mum, he got to America in 2009 and became a citizen in 2010 after becoming a member of the Armed Forces.
He was in service for six years before returning to Nigeria for a career in real estate. The University of Benin (UNIBEN) graduate has already featured in a few Nollywood movies.
The 2021 edition of MultiChoice Nigeria’s BBNaija started on Saturday July 24 and will run for 72 days.