Ex BBN HouseMate and Reality TV Star, CrossDaBoss, has generated several reactions and comments from the public, as he congratulates Labour Party for winning Lagos State ahead of APC and PDP via his official Twitter page generating reactions and comments from the public, as everyone was surprised and overwhelmed with his statement via his official Twitter page as he's supporting Atiku Abubakar to become the president of Nigeria.
CrossDaBoss was happy and hailing Labour Party for winning Lagos State, and this generated several reactions and comments from the public, as everyone was surprised and overwhelmed with the fact that CrossDaBoss was congratulating Labour Party. CrossDaBoss has been supporting Atiku Abubakar to become the president of Nigeria for a very long time, and this has been making him trend on several social media platforms including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, amongst others.
CrossDaBoss is one of the most popular and successful ex BBN HouseMate from the Big Brother Naija Season Six Show.
Check out the tweet below;
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