The Complete Guide To Being A BBNaija Villain

August 23, 2020

BrightO and Lucy are the least recognised villains in that Big Brother House this year, but you all don’t know it yet. If you ever decide to enter for the show next year, follow their footsteps and game your way to success.

1. Get people to open up to you and the use it against them.

2. Refuse to mingle and then claim that the other housemates hate you.

3. Sow seeds of discord, then go and turn semo.

4. When someone who likes you ask if the feeling is mutual, tell them to calm down.

5. Be direct in your confrontations. Don’t mince words.

6. Stare at people loving up like they killed your child.

7. Get ready to switch your game anytime.

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