I wouldn't have been able to live with myself if I'd won The Traitors – I'd have to give the money away | The Sun

I wouldn't have been able to live with myself if I'd won The Traitors – I'd have to give the money away | The Sun

THE Traitors’ Amos Ogunkoya revealed that he ‘wouldn’t have been able to live with himself’ if he won the show –

The BBC thrilling gameshow, hosted by Claudia Winkleman has got viewers hooked.


London-based GP Amos Ogunkoya was originally taken out from the game before it had even begun in a shocking twist.

But luckily, he and Kieran Tompsett ended up re-entering and in with a chance of securing the £120,000 prize.

But for Amos, as the game developed, and tensions were raised high, he realised he "wouldn’t have been able to live with myself" if he won.

Amos explained that no matter what happened during his time on the show he told himself that the show was "just a game", and he wasn't in as "deep" as the other who became very invested.

The gameshow player shared: "Rayan’s banishment really affected me. Until that point, I didn’t know why people were getting so upset, but I realised then when I accused him and he was really, really upset, I thought to myself, “It’s not worth making people this upset in a game. I’m ok to lose this game.”

‘I got to see what my values are. It gave me perspective of what’s important and what’s not and, in that situation, I knew winning wasn’t that important.’

The GP said his job helped him not invest any emotions into the game and that he ‘didn’t care’ who the Traitors were.

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The player admitted that "friendships" were what was important to him, as he revealed he's "left with lifelong friends" and that he now shares a special "bond" with his team players.

"The money isn’t worth the friendships. I now have friends that I can rely on," Amos shared.

Besides, if he were to scoop the cash, Amos would’ve had to go against everything he knew.

‘I probably wouldn’t have been able to live with myself,’ he confessed, adding that he would’ve given the prize money to a mental health or sickle cell charity.

The Traitors is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.

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