Popular housemate in the last year's edition of the popular Nigerian Television reality show, known as Big Brother Naija, has restated his commitment to the ordinary people in the street, saying he is a man of the people.
Kiddwaya was seen in a video recording where he stopped by the road to take pictures with some young men in the street who were more than elated to have an important celebrity like Kiddwaya in their midst.
Kiddwaya who is a popular Nigerian reality star, is the son of a rich Nigerian Businessman who is allegedly a billionaire and who also owns the coveted Versace Mansion, said to be worth several millions of naira.
As one of the housemates who contested at the 2020 edition of the Big Brother Naija Television reality show, Kiddwaya has gained himself fame, popularity and diehard fans.
It is now clear that Kiddwaya's fans are not just the Dele Momodu's and other rich people who are his father's friends, but also the ordinary people in the streets, as the TV star was accosted by street guys for selfies, which he obliged.
In the video which was shared online to which Kiddwaya reacted, some young men reportedly recognized Kiddwaya who was driving past, he then wound down and greeted them.
It was then that the young street people started asking for selfies and pictures. One of them was even heard in the video telling Kiddwaya that his face was not showing. To which the celebrity assured him that his face was showing.
After the video made its way to social media, Kiddwaya used the opportunity to assure his fans that he is and will always remain a man of the people.
He said "I will always Remain a man of the people. We are stronger together in numbers".
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