Reactions As Former BBN Housemate, Leo Dasilva Remembers His Dead Mum
By Punctualblog | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 4 views
Former Big Brother Naija season 3 housemate has left many fans in an emotional mood after he remembers his lovely mother who died 3 years ago. Leo Dasilva rose to fame due to his participation in the Big Brother Naija season 3 show and it could be recalled that he was evicted. Many fans could not hide their concerns after Leo Dasilva made the most. He explained that it has been three years now that he saw his best friend. People reacted with different kinds of emotional comments after Leo Dasilva made the post in memory of his beloved mother.A fan whose username is "E b Things" reacted that she could remember how sad she was on the day Leo Dasilva was evicted because she voted and convinced people around her to vote him but when she heard of the death of his mother, she learned on that day that everything a has reason. Another fan whose username is "DUTCH" reacted that heaven welcomed an angel. See the reactions below.
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