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I Spent N4m To Make My Teeth Whiter -Pere

A contestant in the recently concluded BBNaija Season Six reality TV show, Pere, has said he spent N4 million to make his teeth whiter.

He made this known during an interview with Pepperroom on Instagram on Monday.

“I wanted a white teeth and then I felt like why not just get it done. Like If you want something so bad you just have to go for it.

“So, yes, I spent 10 thousand dollars on dental health in 2020 and I have no regrets about it,” he said.

On his relationship with Queen, he said though she considers him her crush, he had no feelings for her.

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