Nigerian relationship blogger, Blessing Okoro has taken to her social media page to mention how Nigerians have made disqualified housemates of the Big Brother Naija show win big in an odd manner.
Blessing Okoro in her post slammed Nigerians for glorifying ”bad behaviour”, by rewarding disqualified housemates which has made them cash out and win big despite the manner at which they were sent packing from the reality TV show.
The relationship blogger who runs ‘Break up or Makeup’ (BOM), shared a tweet that reads, ”Before you know it now, disqualification will be a faster way of cashing out than even winning BBNaija, because the way we dey glorify bad behaviour is getting out of hand”
”Like I don’t understand this people called Nigerians. Bunch of confusing’‘ she added
Recall that Tacha, like Erica, was disqualified over gross misconduct in the reality TV show and has received supports more from Nigerians than other housemates in the Big Brother Naija show.
Tacha was disqualified from the Big Brother house after her infamous fight with eventual winner, Mercy Eke and has since had a huge fan base on social media known as ‘Titans’. The reality TV star got money gifts from celebrities as well as a Mercedez Benz despite her ‘bad behaviour’ during the show.
Erica, who was also disqualified recently has been getting supports from Nigerians more than other housemates who bowed out of the show. The ‘BBNaija lockdown’ disqualified housemate had a whooping sum of 15,000 dollars in less than 48hours a GoFundMe account was raised after her disqualification.
Celebrities such as Dele Momodu and Bobrisky have also shown support while Terry Waya, father of Erica’s boyfriend on the show, Kidd Waya, has also revealed he has plans for the disqualified housemate.
The billionaire promised her half of the ultimate prize money if his son Kiddwaya wins the show while the remaining half goes to charity.
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