- 2017 BBNaija star Bobai Balat has said not everyone can be on the reality show
- Bally stated that there are pressures that come with BBNaija
- The ex-housemate stated that many of the participants of the show have suffered depression
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One of the ex-housemates of the 2017 BBNaija edition, Bobai Balat popularly called Bally has spoken on the other side of being on the reality TV show.
Bally shared his sentiments about the show during a chat with other BBNaija stars, Alex and Seyi Awolowo on Ndani TV.
As a result of the fame and gifts that come with being on the reality show, many Nigerian youths have expressed interest in being on the show, and the number of people that apply for the show keeps on increasing each year.
However, Bally noted that despite the good part of being on a huge platform like BBNaija, not everybody can survive the pressure that comes with it.
According to him, about 60% of people who have been on BBNaija have gone through depression.
Read what he said below:
"One thing I'm going to say is that it's not easy. And that's why I keep telling people who want to go for Big Brother that the pressure involved in it is not for everybody. Not everybody can survive it. I'm going to tell you that out of everyone that has gone to Big Brother, at least, 60 percent have gone into depression. They might not still be in depression but they have gone through it one time when it was crazy."
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Watch him speak here:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Erica said that those interested in the show should see psychiatrists before auditioning.
Erica also told people going for the next BBNaija show not to be emotional like her. According to her, playing the emotional card may spoil their game.
The 26-year-old actress encouraged prospective housemates to visit a psychiatrist before planning to audition for the show.
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