“It’s pure evil to continuously try to downgrade victory of someone” Uti Nwachukwu slams those dragging BBTitans winner Khosi
Media personality and Big Brother Africa winner Uti Nwachukwu has slammed those dragging Big Brother Titans winner Khosi.
Uti tweeted about the evil of continuously trolling and downgrading Khosi because she won the show when they least expected it.
The BBAfrica winner schooled netizens about how the show was not based on sentiments unlike the Naija’s version.
“Those upset that KHOSI won #BBTitans, it’s pure evil to continuously try to downgrade & chastise the victory of someone who absolutely deserved it.
U have to understand that BBAfrica viewers are not sentimental. They reward those who possess a clear balance of entertainment value.”
Following this, many taunted Uti Nwachukwu for supporting Khosi, claiming he had been paid to campaign for her.
In response to the claims from netizens, Uti made his stance known about supporting Khosi or being paid to promote her name.
The media personality claimed none of his favourites from the Big Brother Franchise reality show in Africa, has ever won the show, and he is only expressing his excitement because his favourite is winning for the first time.
He tweeted: LMAO! Some of u are clearly from Lucifer, NOT TODAY SATAN! So when I support peeps but sentimental people vote winners, it’s that my Favs never win.
But when my fav wins Big Brother, it’s that I was paid. They really said your enemies will NEVER be happy with! Wow.
Khosi wins Big Brother Titans
Kemi Filani recalls that Khosi Twala won the 11 weeks Big Brother Titans show.
Khosi, a 25-year-old South African journalist, carted away the $100 000 grand prize, including endorsement deals and fame.
For the first time, the franchise reality show paired only Nigerians and South Africans instead of the larger cast of African countries.
Khosi was born in Nata, Central District of Botswana.
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