BBNaija: ‘Predictable’-Nigerians react as Enugu’s Whitemoney wins with 47% votes

A cross section of Nigerians has reacted to the emergence of Whitemoney as the winner of Big Brother Naija, BBNaija season 6 ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition.

Whitemoney, who has been one of the fans’ favourites since the first week, emerged winner of the grand prize worth N90m on Sunday.

He won with 47% votes ahead of the first runner up, Liquorose who had 22.99% votes.

Although his win this year was not surprising, some were disappointed that Liquorose fans could not pull through for her.

Here are some reactions gathered form DAILY POST:

@Enamtugbefia “See gap oh! The streets with the silent votes. Indeed, the money has always been white! Congratulations to you Mazi.”

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@Momoh “Nothing special on this season’s BBN, too predictable.”

@DrayaMatthew “That gap is insane, Liquorose’s fans just know how to make noise on social media here and there. All they know is to be attacking me when I say Whitemoney is winning.”

@Adetolaov “Weirdly, everyone who has won Big Brother in recent years played it safe, no-controversial and conventional. Says a lot about the sentiments of the Nigerian public.”

@Naphysa “The vote is what winning should look like. Strategy with a sprinkle of good person vibes will always win.”

@Vwede “But Whitemoney won this season disrespectfully, see the percentage difference.”

@Wendywendy80 “Laycon’s record is still unbeatable.”

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@Tomphonic “This competition is becoming stale ABEG. Make Big Brother rest na. Winners have been known from the last three seasons before the finale. They should invest the money into another competition.”

@Naiyoopumpey “Big Brother wasted people’s 90 days to announce the winner when it was pretty obvious from the first week.”

@Gogo “ Whitemoney played his card well sha. Fake or not he sold what the majority of Nigerians like to hear. “I slept under the bridge , I suffered for seven years, nothing I will ever sell for my life, I be street boy.”

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