Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Diane Russet tendered to series of questions from her fans and followers when she allowed for it on her Instagram page recently.
The lovely actress answered her fans, those that wanted to understand her plans within the near future and more.
A follower asked “So unfinished business with storm. Part 2 loading”? and she replied “Y’all drag @amapsalmiat not me “.
Another noted that she, Kim, Mercy and Venita are so cute and that she loves the friendship between them.
Diane Russet replied “Living my life without being genuinely happy and loosing my identity ” to a fan who ask what her greatest fear was.
A fan from Switzerland wrote about loving her latest short movie “Storm”, while another fan advised that she makes her next movie a bit longer, Diane in returned thanked her for the advice and noted “Bayi” that was long, urging her to watch it.
When a fan wrote ” We know you love Like, date him”. She replied that the fact she smiles with males around her doesn’t guarantee that she loves them.
In course of the session, one among her followers asked her why she couldn’t rekindle the romance between her close friends, Frodd and Esther.
The relationship between former Big Brother Naija lovers, Frodd and Esther seems to possess gone cold following their time within the Big Brother Naija house.
They even proved to not being an item during Big Brother Naija reunion when Esther said if Frodd wants to possess a relationship together with her , then he should ask her out properly.
A motion Frodd revealed he’d already done on the 36th floor in Dubai, once they were alleged to have a dinner and Esther came out looking so simple.
Being that she’s a mutual friend of the pair, a lover then asked why Diane couldn’t help bring back the romance between the 2 of them and she or he replied saying she can’t bring them back because “she didn’t separate them”.
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She further more answered other series of questions, also revealed that her father was hwe greatest motivation and that she was open to work with anyone in any country despite the pandemic.