Emmanuel Umoh, a former Big Brother Naija season 6 contestant, has denied cheating on his estranged partner, Liquorose, while on vacation in Dubai.
On Friday night's reunion show, Emmanuel shared his side of the tale about the mysterious lady Liquorose discovered in his room.
In the last episode, Liquorose revealed that she ran across Emmanuel and another girl in the early hours of the morning in Dubai.
During their journey to Dubai, the 27-year-old dancer vividly illustrated how she met Emmanuel with another girl.
She added, "The light was off, the music was playing, the bed was rough, and the girl was sitting at the edge, and she covered her face with a face mask".
In the most recent episode, Emmanuel stated that nothing had happened between him and the female, whom he revealed to be an old friend.
He explained that he had met the girl on one of his previous travels to Dubai and that now that they had met again, she wanted to come to his room and catch up with him.
Emmanuel said, "Meeting a friend after a long time should not be a problem. She came around early hours, and I was like, this is quite early.
"She said, 'I was out late, and since I stayed around, I wanted to stop by."
Emmanuel noted that after exchanging pleasantries with her, he laid down on the bed, and they kept chatting till he slept off.
He claimed that he was awakened by Liquorose's knock after his visitor tapped him on the shoulder.
Emmanuel claimed he didn't want to open the door because he didn't want Liquorose to find him in bad condition, but after her calls, he decided to do so.
"At that point, I told her I'd just open the door, and she'd understand nothing had occurred since nothing had happened," Emmanuel explained.
Liquorose and Emmanuel also declared the end of their friendship and relationship to their admirers as they affirmed it was not working.©Standard Gazette, 2021. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this site’s publisher is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Standard Gazette with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.