The first episode is a bit intense. Not in the over the top, fun way that Uriel was known for in the Big Brother Naija diary room sessions, but in a more emotional fashion.
Depression as an introductory topic is pretty heavy, but she does a solid job. It’s pretty honest and heartfelt, and even though it’s more ‘serious’ fare, it keeps in line with the unfiltered nature of the brand she built for herself in the house. Kudos.