Reasons Why Jaywon Thinks Big Brother Is A Big Scam


Popular Nigerian Musician, Iledare Oluwajuwonlo, better known by his stage name Jaywon describe one of Nigerian's most watched TV reality show, Big Brother Nigeria as a scam and I agree with him.

According to the Kogi State born music star, Big Brother choice of who gets into the house is not a transparent one and I think he is right.

For instance, Manchester-based Mike, London Police Officer Khafi and Ike, who said this was his first time in Lagos, made the cut while thousands of Nigerians, who flooded audition centres in February didn’t.

He said:


Apart from Jaywon, some other Nigerians have expressed their shock over the choice of housemates in the ongoing fourth season.

News Agency of Nigeria quoted Nigerian Blogger, Public speaker, Socio-economic, and Political commentator Japheth J. Omojuwa: “I have a problem with everyday Nigerians struggling across the country to audition for this thing, yet it appears they stood no chance from the beginning.

“That should have been made clear to them from the start. Big Brother Phonetics. It appears this is Big Brother Nigeria Diaspora.”

In the first edition of Big Brother Naija which took place 10 years ago, twelve housemates battled for the coveted $100,000 prize money by performing various mental and physical tasks. After staying in the house for three-month.

News Agency of Nigeria reports that this season which kicked off on Sunday with 21 housemates will be a 99 days battle in the house, with each housemate will competing for the grand prize worth 60 million Naira.

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