BBNaija 2018: What housemates do is only sex, nothing else – Actress, Winnie Lazarus


Nollywood actress, Winnie Lazarus, has stated that sex, which has become a key subject in the third edition of the ongoing Big Brother Naija 2018, has made the reality TV show very ‘boring.’

In an interview with Vanguard, the ‘Dangerous Act’ actress, said since the show started, it has been all about sex and other unacceptable immoral acts being displayed by the housemates.

According to the her, housemates have been shameless about the act and have therefore, made Nigerians not to pay much attention to the show.

She said, “It is not interesting like the previous ones, so I’m not paying too much attention to it.

“Only what I’m seeing is just sex, kiss and romance, so there’s a big difference from this edition and previous ones.”

Winnie said organisers of the show should introduce more beneficial twists to activities in the Big Brother house and quit promoting sex.

“Sex is not the only thing we want. We need to see people with talent; we want to see different things there.

“Only making out with each other is what they give us as if that is the only thing we want from them. Yes, sex sells, but it is not the same for everybody.”


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