10 Things Women Should Know About Beauty Tukura BBNaija Disqualified Housemate
On Sunday, August 7, Beauty Tukura was disqualified from Big Brother Naija ‘Level Up’ Season.
Beauty who was one of the viewers’ favorite to reach the finals was given a double strike in addition to a strike she already had from the previous week.
Here are 10 things ladies should know about her:
1. She was born Beauty Etsanyi Tukura on October 21, 1997, in Rivers state, Port Harcourt but relocated to Lagos when she was two years old.
2. She hails from Taraba State.
3. She is the youngest of four children.
4. She has lived in the South-South, South West, and the North because of her father who was a customs officer.
5. Beauty attended Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ojo, Lagos, for her junior secondary education. Due to health challenges, she had to move away to continue her Senior Secondary School education at the American University of Nigeria Academy, Yola, Nigeria.
6. She studied law at Afe Babalola University graduating in 2019.
7. Beauty had a passion for modeling in addition to her commitment to her legal studies. She worked as a model for local companies while still an undergraduate.
8. She contested and won the Most Beautiful Girl in Taraba pageant in 2015.
9. Beauty emerged as the winner of the 43rd Miss Nigeria beauty pageant in 2019. She went home with N3 million, an apartment, and a brand new Hyundai car.
10. She owns a fashion brand called Stylish Beauty.
Today, the 1st Vice President of the Nigeria Bar Association, John Aikpokpo-Martins dismissed reports making rounds that Beauty Turkura, an evicted housemate of the Big Brother reality show, season 7, is a lawyer.
His statement read:
“My attention and I guess of a large number of lawyers in Nigeria have been drawn to news reports that one Beauty Tukura, who is claimed and/or claims to be a lawyer participated and also got ignominiously disqualified from the on-going Big Brother Naija reality show “for throwing her wig and glasses at” a co-participant in the show after a party.
These reports have been very embarrassing to most members of the legal profession and may in all reasonable probability bring the profession into disrepute if found to be true.
A quick check of the databases of the Roll of Legal Practitioners kept in the Supreme Court and the Nigerian Bar Association failed to reveal the name “Beauty Tukura” to be on the Supreme Court Roll or to be a member of the Nigerian Bar Association.”