Over the years and now, the wealth of female BBN stars have been questioned by Neitizens, this is particularly, because of their lavish lifestyle ranging from surgery, birthday parties, assets etc.
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If truth be told, there are varying ways in which these superstars can make millions of naira, just like other celebrities, due to the BBN platform.
Take a look;
Without a doubt, reality show stars have turned out to be the most patronized by brands, this is perhaps, because of their fanbase/platform , no wonder BBN star, Ka3na has claimed that most actors has abandoned their career to become brand influencers just like them.
A typical example is that, a handful of season 6 ex-housemates have bagged mouthwatering endorsement deals, just few weeks after the show was concluded.
Before now, we have seen superstars like Nina Ivy, Mercy Eke, Tacha, Tolanibaj, Lucy, Dorathy and Erica Nlewedim either rebrand or launch their brand immediately after the show and we can tell that they are well patronized, because of the BBN platform.
Not quite long, Whitemoney, purchased the remains of Dora's fashion stock(boxers), according to a tweet from her, last month, this is coming after she gifted 13 housemates a lingerie, from her brand (MFC) during the "Shine Ya Eye edition of BBNAIJA.
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We can attest to the fact that, virtually most of these talented reality show stars are now featured in movies, comedy skits and music videos by actors and musicians just to promote their productions.
Among such female BBN stars includes; Nina Ivy, Erica Nlewedim, Wathoni, Nengi, Mercy Eke and lots more.
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