- Professional dancer and current BBNaija housemate, Liquorose's fanbase have cause to celebrate as she hit 1 million followers on Instagram
- This makes her the first housemate in the history of BBNaija sixth edition to gain such a huge following while still in the house
- Lockdown winner, Laycon, was the first to hit 1 million on Instagram while he was a housemate on the 5th edition on the show
Congratulations are in order for Team Liquorose as the Shine Ya Eyes housemate to hit 1 million followers on Instagram.
Liquorose breaks record
This is a record-breaking feat for the professional dancer and creative director as she is the first-ever female housemate past and present to achieve such a huge follower while still in the house.
A celebratory post was shared via her Instagram page honoring the social media feat while thanking her fans.
"1 million amazing supporters I am soo Humbled ♥️.. Thank you sooo much Team Liquorose . I will make you all proud I promise "
See post below:
Pere and Maria are the wildcards
Much to the surprise of several people, two housemates of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) Shine Ya Eye edition, Maria and Pere, have been identified as the wildcards.
On Thursday evening, July 29, Maria and Pere were called into the Diary Room by Big Brother where it was revealed that they are the Wild Cards.
However, it gets even more interesting as neither Pere nor Maria is aware that the other is the second wild card.
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Why BBNaija show is criticized
The Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show has commenced its sixth season tagged ' Shine Ya Eyes' and as usual, it has created quite the content for many Nigerians and Africans across the continent.
However, with the hype follows the criticism - every single year a new season premieres. While it remains the most talked about and the most viewed show in Nigeria, not everyone is a fan of BBNaija show.
Legit.ng recently carried out a poll to find out why the show often attracts criticisms and the responses appeared to have one thing in common - the belief that the show adds little value to society.
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