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Big Brother Naija’s Recruitment Process Is Becoming Weak – Ex housemate, Tayo Faniran Says

Former Big Brother Naija housemate Tayo Faniran has expressed his displeasure with the show’s current auditioning process.

In contrast to his own experience, when it took him five years to be chosen for the program, he claims that the organizers are selecting new stars far too fast and readily.

He thinks that the existing system will hurt future generations since it lowers the bar and makes it possible for anyone to become famous without any kind of merit.

He wrote on his Insta story: “I didn’t like social media because I thought it watered down the value of fame.

“I auditioned for BBN in 2009 and I only made it in 2014, but today any dirty low life with a fruitless life can become popular on the tiny screens.

 “It’s such a shame when the bar becomes too low even a rat would jump it effortlessly.

“I am super upset this night, and to all you enablers of mediocrity, continue, you are only ruining the ground your future generations will dwell on.”


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