Probably everyone remembers the three-figures Faith, Hope and Love, who won “Big Brother” in 2006. Although they collected a solid BGN 200,000 after Love’s victory, their lives went downhill. The three tried out for female students, but their overall exam score was a six. They subsequently reconciled with their mother, and years ago they left to seek their happiness in England.
Love got married and has a child, but the other two – Faith and Nadezhda – constantly complain about their life in London, beg for money on the street and on social networks, and the comments about what they do to them under their posts are not even for publication. Local Bulgarians accuse them of living in apartments and hostels and not paying their rent. Nadezhda justifies herself that she does not have permission to work in England, but despite this, she has no intention of leaving there.
Three days ago, Nadezhda again reminded of herself with the typical illiteracy, also known from their participation in reality television.
“Because we are not Muslims, we are mistreated and harassed and we have to sleep on the streets for all kinds of mentally ill and drug addicts to come and possess us and to be in their shoes all day to control us…” writes Nadezhda.
And he adds to the criticism that for 6 years “we have been trying to stay away from drugs, cigarettes, alcohol and prostitution in England”.
Worked on the publication: Alexander Popov