- A number of Nigerians on social media recently spared thoughts to BBNaija 2020 Lockdown stars
- They were of the opinion that the nationwide End SARS protests made people forget they existed
- The End SARS protests no doubt took over the minds of many Nigerians
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A few Nigerians on social media recently shared their thoughts on how the End SARS protests had killed the shine of the latest BBNaija ex-housemates.
The BBNaija 2020 Lockdown show ended with many of the ex-housemates having high hopes of how things would turn out for them and how they would get to relish their new found fame.
Well things took another turn after Nigerians moved their attention from them and started to focus on protesting for the End SARS cause.
The protest went on for many days with no end in sight and some Nigerians started to remember the latest BBNaija housemates who were supposed to be enjoying their new reputation.
A Nigerian man identified as Joey Akan took to his Twitter page to speak on how End SARS took attention away from the BBNaija stars.
He said that he felt a bit touched at their situation.
“I also feel a bit touched for the new #BBNaija ex-housemates who just got into the world, and were trying to start packing money from brand engagements and post-show drama.
#EndSARS has taken all the attention from them for good reason. But I still feel bad for them.
See a screenshot of the tweet below:
Another young Nigerian, Tosin Silverdam, also took to his Instagram page to share a video of his thoughts on the BBNaija ex-housemates and how their fame was badly hit by the End SARS protests.
Tosin said that he saw a photo of one of the BBNaija stars at the End SARS protests before remembering that they still existed because he had totally forgotten about them.
See the video below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that BBNaija 2020 star, Trikytee, denied claims that he charged N500k appearance fee after he was approached to join End SARS protest in Bayelsa.
Some Twitter users had put up posts claiming that the reality star had asked to be paid N500k to openly show support for the anti-SARS movement.
Reacting to the reports which have since gone round the internet, Trikytee denied ever requesting money from anyone as there are people who can testify that he has been a supporter both on and offline.
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