Laycon Wins BBNaija Season 5, N85 Million Grand Prize
Big Brother Naija season 5 came to an end today and saw fan favourite Laycon emerge winner of the show. This year's season tagged Lockdown saw 20 housemates compete for the grand prize worth N85 million. Only five of them made it to the final week of the show. Laycon edged out the four other…
I feel I was a threat to housemates, Big Brother’s Kaisha says
Last Sunday, Kaisha became the fifth housemate to be evicted from the Betway sponsored Big Brother Naija Lockdown house. She recently embarked on a media tour of radio stations in Lagos
Alex Unusual Is Face Of 5th Pan African Music Fashion Runway
Music Fashion Runway (MFR) has unveiled former Big Brother star Alex Unusual as the face of the 5th Pan African Music Fashion Runway. Pan African Music Fashion Runway is a cultural showcase platform which blends contemporary Pan African designers, international runway models with cutting edge fashion and live music excellence: a true celebration our rich African…
Deeper meaning in ‘big brother naija’ for Nigeria?
One of the enduring captions that 1984 left to our memory is “Big Brother is Watching You.” This is a caption accompanied by the picture of Big Brother and posted in every house. This is supposed to serve as a warning to everyone that non-compliance will be terribly dealt with.
Twist as new housemates rev up Big Brother house
This week in the BBNaija ‘Pepper Dem’ house has been marked with several twists. Biggie turned up the heat and left fans on the edge of the seats as not one, but five new housemates walked into the house bringing the total number of housemates to 19.
Reactions Trail Sex Scene Aired On BBNaija
Several Nigerians have expressed divergent views on the trending video showing BBNaija, ‘Double Wahala’ housemates, Oluwabamike Olawumi, a.k.a BamBam and Tope Adenibuyan, a.k.a Teddy A, for "allegedly" having sex. The two housemates have been criticised after pictures and video of the act from the episode aired in the wee hours of Tuesday on DSTV, surfaced…
No, Big Brother is not immoral or corrosive, it’s showing us a slice of life
Another day, another pseudo, moral panic over who or what is corrupting the moral fabric of the nation. Instead of the usual culprits like social media, tattoos and piercings, it’s the turn of Big Brother Nigeria, now in its 5th week.