Though the Big Brother Naija Lockdown edition has ended, many are still debating on the success of the housemate in the real world. Of all the housemates the most debated housemates are Erica and laycon.
These two have struck viewers and the public as the most talked-about housemate, more especially for the issues they had between them, personal situations and the controversies caused since Erica’s disqualification.
However, people are yet to come to terms that the show is just a game and have shifted from playing the game to even trying to see if they will gain more weight and do well outside the house.
Hence, in no form of comparison but as regards keeping up with the media, endorsement, entertainment and the show biz; we think Erica will do better than the Big Brother Naija, Season 5 Winner, Laycon.
Here is why?
1. People love Controversy
In as much as people don’t like to talk about something does not mean they will not like to follow up or get informed on what is happening around and most especially on the internet.
Social media users always love to talk and argue about stuff and would love to take sides. Based on past disqualification on the show, former disqualified housemate, Tacha became even more famous and got a lot of endorsements not based on the character but the popularity, controversies and the show biz. Hence, Erica who was also disqualified would also be successful.
2. The Woman Factor
You might fill it’s a man’s world but it’s surely women that control the world. Being a beautiful woman with brains would bring Erica so much fortune. As different kinds of brands will like to work with a beautiful and appealing woman.
Nigerians would always follow trends. When these kinds of stuff come up people scream about it and then it dies down after a couple of weeks, what next? back to the hustle. For now, people can show so much love because it the winning team, Laycon and might want to chase clot but what happens after?
But note, a person trends better and stay famous not only when you win but when you cause controversy and appealing.