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BBNaija Princess Urges Fans To Petition Show Organizers

By Oke Odunmorayo
10 August 2023   |   9:49 am
Evicted BBNaija All Stars housemate, Princess, has taken to social media to urge her fans and followers to petition the show's organizers. The call for action comes amidst growing concerns over the voting transparency and fairness of the popular reality TV show. Princess, who left the Big Brother Naija house in a recent eviction, expressed…

Evicted BBNaija All Stars housemate, Princess, has taken to social media to urge her fans and followers to petition the show’s organizers. The call for action comes amidst growing concerns over the voting transparency and fairness of the popular reality TV show.

Princess, who left the Big Brother Naija house in a recent eviction, expressed her thoughts on the matter in an interview with Naija FM, Lagos. Princess expressed regret to her fans for their efforts in voting for her, as their votes, which were almost double that of the least voted housemate, were not enough to save her from being unjustly evicted by the eviction jury.

Recall that Princess was unanimously voted out by the eviction jury during the live show on Sunday.

The jury, comprising Bisola Aiyeola, Dorathy Bachor, and Mike Edwards, was tasked with voting for one of the three housemates with the least votes from the fans. Princess received the fewest votes, with -1.54%, followed by Ike with 1.59% and Seyi with 0.89%. The jury’s decision to evict Princess was met with some controversy, as many fans felt that she was unfairly targeted.

The reality TV star expressed her disappointment with the eviction jury’s decision to evict her, and called on her fans to petition the organizers of the reality show.

She said, “I feel bad for my fans because they are the ones that took their time to vote but the votes didn’t reflect because of the [eviction] jury.

“So, they are the ones to protest. Make dem open page write petition to Big Brother [organisers]. But me wey go dey house, I don try, I don do my best.”