The Big Brother Naija season five edition which is particularly known as the lockdown edition, began a highlight night where activities and happenings on the reality TV show were recapped for viewers to see.
This is a new approach, method and dynamic to entertain lovers of Africa biggest reality TV show by the media house popularly known as Multichoice.
The highlight kicked start yesterday the first of March, 2021. The show made it one of the most talked-about for the day and made it to the number one spot on the Twitter trend list.
Coming to see that the highlight show is the most talked-about BBN Star Victoria Adeyele Oluwatobi popularly known as 'Vee' took to her Twitter page to unveil the unknown about the reality TV show. She let people know that they can not just judge people from the show, based on what they were able to see unlike they were more on the reality TV show than what we saw.
She reacted as the highlight show began and made it clear that watching BBN 24/7 does not mean the viewers knew everything that happens on the show and in the house. However, her fans corrected her perception and made it known that no one can see all but we could only see what the camera show to us as a viewer of the show. Her fans comment that judging the housemates depends on the action they put out in a situation where the camera was on you.
She tweeted, ' It’s actually crazy, y’all will be watching a group talking, and something completely different will be happening in the house. Yet viewers will act like they know what’s happening 24/7 😭'
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