Former BBNaija housemate, T-Boss, has shared a throwback photo of a letter that fellow housemate Bassey wrote to her while they were in the Big Brother Naija house last year.
The letter has the possibility of leaving you smiling from ear to ear. It’s quite romantic and reminiscent of those good old days when people still wrote romantic letters. Bassey sure has his way with words.
The letter which was folded has “Kiss before you open” written on the back.
The letter itself reads:
“I smile ear to ear as I pick up my pen from the basket of love to write you pages of seemingly endless thoughts I have about you.
“I hope this letter meets you in good health, if so, dittomatic.
“They say beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder and we find love in the strangest most un-imaginable places and people. Your beauty and simplicity permeates through your glowing smiles which expose your set of perfect teeth, leaving a dimple on both sides of your sensual cheeks. This sinks my heart a few more feet into my soul as I appreciate God who created the chest so my heart doesn’t fall literally at your feet.
“I may not have the right words to interpret my emotions and for how madly in love I have become with you but I sure won’t be quiet about it none-the-less. The sparkle in your eyes makes me believe that your mother is a thief cos she stole the stars and put them in your eyes.
“I could go on but time is what you don’t have to read a 1 million paged love letter so I will say from my heart and hope you feel it too. T-Boss, I love you.”
He signed off with the drawing of a heart with an arrow piercing through the centre.
T-Boss shared the letter with the caption: “#flashbackfriday to that time in the #BBN house when @blackbassey wrote me a really chesssy ass love letter??. I enjoyed reading it so much & it brought back such memories?, who else used to receive or write such? Ps: Letters were thaaa Ishhhh though… Yeah Yeah Yeahhh, I still have it, I already admitted to being a hoarder?, you should see what else I hoard???”
See it below.
Source: Linda Ikeji’s blog