Popular Nigerian actor and Winner of Big Brother Africa, 2010, Uti Nwachukwu, has criticized most of the Big Brother Naija Lockdown edition housemates for engaging in romantic emotions and not focusing on the grand prices ahead them.
Taking to his official Twitter handle, the 2012 Mode Men Awards “TV personality of the Year” winner wonders why the housemates of the BBNaija Lockdown are more interested in romantic exploits than working to win the money.
“Romantic emotions will kill the majority of these #BBNaija Housemates. I just don’t understand why a lot of them have lost the plot! This isn’t ultimate love for heaven’s sake. Some of The guys dey fall hand (are disappointing me). If it’s not Erica they’re obsessed about, it’s Nengi. For where 85M dey o.” Uti tweeted.
Romantic emotions will kill the game of majority of these #BBNaija Hmates.I just don't understand why a lot of them have LOST the plot! This aint ULTIMATE LOVE for heavens sake🤣
Some of The guys dey fall hand.If its not Erica they obsessing about its Nengi.For where 85M dey o🤦🏾♂️
— Uti Nwachukwu (@SirUTI) August 5, 2020
Uti rose to limelight in the entertainment industry after he won the All-Stars season of Big Brother Africa in 2010. Before his big win, he had featured on the Nigerian reality TV show, the Next Movie Star, where he came second. He also worked in the bank for a while, before he started participating in reality shows.
In 2008, he participated in the Big Brother Africa 3 reality show and was the third housemate to be evicted. He gained a huge fan base, so he returned to the house in 2010 and was known as the housemate who always teased other housemates.
At the end of the show, he emerged as the winner and was awarded a cash price of $200,000.