BBNaija’s Kess Slams Nedu Wazobia For Tagging His Feminine Colleagues As Sluts

BBNaija’s Kess Slams Nedu Wazobia For Tagging His Feminine Colleagues As Sluts

Former Large Brother Naija housemate, Kess has slammed a media character, Nedu Wazobia for undermining his feminine colleagues.

BBNaija’s Kess Slams Nedu Wazobia For Tagging His Female Colleagues As Sluts

KanyiDaily recollects that in his current podcast, Nedu claimed that many ladies join the BBNaija reality TV show just to sell ‘Kpekus’ (Nigerian slang for feminine intercourse organ).

Nedu stated the BBNaija present takes a lot of the housemates from zero stage to a better peak within the leisure trade, however a lot of the feminine housemates wouldn’t have the values to supply, therefore, their fame shouldn’t be long-lasting.

He added that on account of their existence which have robotically modified, the women who don’t have anything to supply find yourself sleeping with wealthy males that may give them thousands and thousands to fulfill up their new requirements and peer strain.

Reacting on his Twitter web page, Kess described as distasteful the beliefs of most individuals who tagged feminine BBNaija housemates as sluts, noting that 95% of them are very smart.

The previous BBNaija housemate added that almost all of his feminine colleagues are impartial, tremendous gifted, and legit hustlers, due to this fact it’s unfair to underrate their arduous work.

Kess wrote, “This development of tagging feminine Large Brother housemates as sluts is distasteful. 95% of them are very smart, sufficiently impartial, tremendous gifted and are legit hustlers. It’s unfair to undermine their arduous work”.

BBNaija’s Kess Slams Nedu Wazobia For Tagging His Female Colleagues As Sluts

KanyiDaily recollects {that a} publicist, Big Sam had equally asked why men go to the BBNaija house since girls who take part within the actuality TV present, accomplish that with the intent to ”get clients”.

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