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7 Ex-Big Brother Housemates Who Didn’t Support EndSARS Movement

  1. Miracle

Despite being the winner of the 2019 edition of the reality show, Miracle is yet to show us the true influence of his hoarde of IG followers by coming out to join the protests on Nigerian streets.


  1. Nengi

Nengi is currentlt in South Africa, and although it might seem like a good excuse to her, Nigerians are not really having it especially since bigger celebs such as Wizkid came out in the UK.


  1. Lucy

While in the big brother’s house, Lucy was very vocal about house leadership and always looks for opportunities to rebel against leadership but when it was time to protests on the streets, her tears are nowhere to be found. I guess someone switched off the tap after the show.



  1. Bisola

Bisola has enjoyed so much from the fame she’s garnered over the years through the Nigerian audience but when it’s time to get on the streets and protest, she’s nowhere to be found on the streets.


  1. Efe

Although in all honesty, there’s been nothing vocal about Efe’s career since he left the big brother house, he should have used his last one minute of fame to join the protests on the streets instead of begging for a phone call from Laycon.


  1. Tobi Bakre

Tobi Bakre is the next big brother potential poster boy after Ebuka Obi Uchendu, but we haven’t seen him on the streets of Lagos showing off his sexy body yet. I guess Cee-c isn’t the only thing Tobi is scared of.


  1. Teddy A

Audio Alpha can act porn on live TV but cannot get on the streets of Naija to protest. I guess the real truth is that the phrase ‘to whom much is given, much is expected’ is wasted on big brother Naija graduates celebrity’s club of Lagos.

Written by Ejemen Ogbebor


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