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Written by SOT.COM.AL 6 Dhjetor 2021
This morning in the show 'Wake Up' was invited the former director of prisons Xhoi Jakaj, who commented on the latest events in "Big Brother VIP".
During the conversation in the studio, the mother of the sexy model, Oriola Marashi said three environments, in which man loves faster.
"In war when everything is in some form of war, in prison when everything is isolated and you have no chance of having contact with the outside world and in 'Big Brtoher'. The latter is very similar to a prison but that has conditions and that is being fought for an amount that is significant for a person who can earn it and who solves some things in life ", said Jakaj.
Asked if Oriola receives the invitation to the BB VIP, Joey said that he had gone but that he had refused because he did not have time.
Then the moderators tease her what did she say?
I told the 15-year-old Oriole to choose everything that suits you to do in life. "I leave my two daughters free to choose their lives", concluded Oriola Marashi's mother.