Mercy made the revelation during an interview with The Sun, saying the winner takes the money.
Recall that the winner of Big Brother Africa season 3, Uti Nwachukwu recently revealed that he shared his prize money with other housemates.
Uti had opined that the BBNaija season 4 prize money should be shared between the five top finalists.
He wrote “Kai this is so hard. I wish we could share the #Bbnaija prize worth amongst the remaining hmates, E for sweet my belle, 12M to Mercy, 12M to Omashola, 12M to Frodd
12M to Seyi and off course, 12M to Mike. Then the Ultimate winner will get the car. It would have been super”
Asked if she would consent to what Uti opined, Mercy said: “No way, it’s winner takes all.”
The video vixen who also revealed that she had tried to get into the show after auditioning four times said she intends to start up her fashion brand with the prize money.
Mercy made history by becoming the
first female housemate to win the reality show on Sunday, October 6.
The video vixen emerged winner of the ‘Pepper Dem’ edition of BBNaija as she polled the highest votes to beat four other finalists – Mike, Frodd, Omashola and Seyi – after 99 days of drama and intrigue.