As we all know, the Big Brother Naija Season 6 (Shine Ya Eyes) has been ongoing for the past 9 weeks and will come to an end this Sunday. The show is arguably the biggest show in Africa as it boasts of a massive amount of viewers (which includes celebrities).
In Nigeria, some celebrities have come out via their social media handles to root for some of the show's housemates. So, I'll be listing out 11 Nigerian celebrities and who they support:
1. Cubana Chief Priest For Whitemoney.
2. Broda Shaggi For Whitemoney.
3. Teni For Liquorose.
4. Bolanle Ninalowo For Whitemoney and Liquorose.
5. Mercy Eke For Angel.
6. Funke Akindele For Whitemoney.
7. Obi Cubana For Cross.
8. Olamide For Cross And Angel.
9. Kunle Remi For Pere.
10. Femi Fani-Kayode For Jackie B.
11. Yul Edochie For Whitemoney.
In all of these celebrities or prestigious individuals, only Femi Fani-Kayode's fave, Jackie B has been evicted. So, let's see whose celebrity's fave wins the grand prize.
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