So it is alleged that Maureen Esisi, ex-wife of Nollywood actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu, is one of the housemates that successfully made it into Biggie's super controversial house in this season of Big Brother Naija reality TV show.
Well, she has always craved for the spotlight and seeing as she is ungraciously uncoupled with the actor, this apparently is the perfect time to get that fame.
She is said to be the Margaret Thatcher type. People alleged that when she was married to Blossom, it was from one squabble to the next. Apparently, they had a troubled marriage. And even when she visited him on location, his colleagues allegedly avoided her because of her coldness towards people which I say makes her a perfect candidate if the rumors are true. "The Cee-Cs' Card" can never be overplayed.
And Blossom would be watching!!
Few hours until the official unveiling of this season's housemates, the show is already cutting controversy in every corner, which frankly if you ask me, is Biggie's idea and means of getting people to tune in.
Honestly it is working. Every publicity is a good one. Oh, and by the way, it is also alleged that there is a cross dresser this season by name Daniel Anthony also known as Jay Boogie.
Apparently this new step has already riled up few people who are calling for a collective boycott of the show this season. Citing "immorality" as their reason.
I rest my case, as all would be revealed tonight.
We are yet to see the theme for this year's edition. What are they holding onto it for?
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