Popular lawyer and critic of the Buhari administration Reno Omokri has taken a swipe at those watching reality television series BBNaija.
Currently airing on local and international cable networks, the Big Brother Nigeria show has amassed a huge fan base, making it a trending topic during the duration of its run.
However, not everyone is a fan of the popular series as Reno Omokri has bashed those who constantly watch the show.
Taking to his Twitter account on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, the outspoken critic called out fans of the reality series for not forming hashtags with the names of renowned business moguls like Aliko Dangote and Femi Otedola, saying that instead, they create hashtags like #TeamNengi to “discuss big butt**ks”.
He disclosed that the reality series originated in Europe and has since died a natural death there as Europeans are now focused on reality shows like Deal or No Deal and Dragon’s Den.
Mr. Omokri pointed out that unlike Nigeria, other nations have left the reality show behind, calling it a “debauched show”.
See his post below:
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You have not formed #TeamDangote, or #TeamElumelu, or #TeamOtedola, to ask to be mentored, so you can grow in business. Rather, you form #TeamNengi and co, just to discuss big buttocks, and what won’t add value to your lives in the name of #BBNaija! Big Brother originated In Europe, and has since died a natural death there. Now, Europeans are focused on reality shows like Deal or No Deal, and Dragon’s Den, that promote industry, while Nigeria is stuck in yesterday because of our love for debauchery! Other than Nigeria, which countries still do Big Brother? The world has since left that debauched show behind. But not us. Rather than copy what will bring progress, we like to copy what breeds degeneracy! #FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets
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