During her time in the Big Brother Pepper Dem house, Esther was continually bashed because fans of the show assumed that her relationship with Frodd was only a part of her strategy. That assumption was made even more valid when two of her closest friends in the house, Mercy and Diane alluded that she did not actually like Frodd but was only using him as a pawn in her game.
Since she left the house, Esther has said quite a lot about her relationship with Frodd, including being open about what they could do out of the house. In a chat with NETng, she admits that Frodd’s persistence and emotional nature wore her down until she eventually started liking him.
She also says if her friends assumed that her relationship with Frodd was only a strategy, then that’s fine because she was being herself and that in itself is a strategy. She says, “Everything I did in the house, being myself IS a strategy, That’s just what it is. Even my relationship with Mercy and Diane could have been seen as a strategy.”
She continues talking about Frodd saying, “with Frodd, at first we were just talking because Frodd is very persistent and he was just… and I’m like let’s hang together. But Mercy would always be hanging with Ike and Diane will be with Elo.”
“I’ll hang with Frodd, like it was just, like Frodd will always be there to talk to, gist with, so it just flowed from there, and if that’s what they (Diane and Mercy) saw it as, good for them,” she says.
Esther also talks about finding out that Mercy was the one that stole her coins saying that she was hurt, especially because they were friends in the house. She says she would never have done that to her friend but she understands that Mercy was just playing a game.
Tell us, if you were in Esther’s shoes and you found out that your friend stole something that was very important to you and then pretended to care about it, what would you do? Would you forgive and forget or forever hold it against such person? Tell us in the comment section below.
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