The Big brother naija season 7 reality TV show kicked off yesterday, as 12 contestants were welcomed to the first house. Tonight, another set of contestants were welcomed to the game and ushered into a different house one of which is the most talked about Chi Chi.
The 23rd housemate for the season has gathered a lot of reactions online over her characteristics and brief description, as Nigerians found her hobby debatable. She described herself as an exotic dancer and was determined to bring in the heat to the show. Most fans have already likened her presence in the show to one of BBN's previous winner Mercy Eke, and are tipping her to replicate such feat.
It seems this year's edition would be more interesting than the previous year, as the organizers have gone out of their way to select the best contestants, as well as provide a sensible theme for each housemate to vibe to. Hope it is not too early to ask who your current favourite is among the housemates?
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