The mother-of-one said this while confronting Angel over their relationship with Michael on Thursday night.
For the past few days, Michael caused a ruckus between Jackie B and Angel. While Jackie B claims she’s not in a ship with Michael, she’s still vexed that Angel hung out with him.
Angel has also revealed that her relationship with Michael is platonic and wondered why Jackie B didn’t meet her to talk about it.
As they finally talked about it, Jackie B said that the discussions she had with her son before the show and the questions he’ll ask after the show influences her actions in the house.
Jackie B has always been vocal about her ten-year-old son watching the show even if BBNaija is clearly rated for viewers of 18 years and above.
She said, “I don’t want myself to look stupid here. As I keep saying, my son is watching. And that’s another thing that bothers me. I know I’m sounding like a broken record at this point but my son is watching. I’m close to this guy (Michael) and another person is dragging him.
He (my son) will see all these things and that’s why I keep saying that I don’t want to look stupid on TV. That’s what is bothering me. I don’t want my son to see that and think it’s okay.
“I know I have to overthink some things sometimes but at the end of the day, I have to. My son is 10 and he’s seeing all these things.
“Before I entered the house, he was asking me, ‘Are you going to allow any guy sleep in your bed?’. We’ve had all these conversations and that’s why I was feeling guilty that he (Michael) sleeps on my bed but at the same time, I don’t wanna look too stock up. So I’m like lemme just do it. At the end of the day, everybody is watching and I’m not doing anything with the guy.
“My son will say, ‘okay this guy is staying in your bed’ and next thing it changes. Diary room, I called him my guy so my sun will be like, “Mummy why?” I don’t know how to explain it though I’m thinking that deep.
“I mostly see things on a deeper level mostly because my mum is watching and my child is watching, I can’t even lie.
“I’m going to go out to face my child. Whatever happens in the house, I want to be able to explain to him.”