Things We Want to See in BBNaija Season 6 — and Things We Don’t

July 7, 2022

The sixth season of Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) is upon us,  launching on Saturday, 24th of July and while we anticipate the drama and back-to-back slay from Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, what are some of the things BBNaija stans want to see on this year’s show?

Fewer fights over food

If war doesn’t break out over how someone decides to cook or certain people getting special treatment, then have we really started the show? But let’s get a little fewer fights over food this year, please? Because I didn’t renew my subscription to be watching grown-ass adults fight over semo.

No more by-force ships

Nigerians will say love is a scam. But you’ll have BBNaija housemates declaring their undying love to someone they didn’t know from Adam just two weeks ago. Loving up can be a strategy, but at least give us some Teddy A and BamBam.  That’s the vibe we’re here for. Not tiring situationships leading nowhere.

Lit Saturday night parties

If you’re not a BBNaija fan anticipating the Saturday night groove, please leave this place. What I really don’t want is a repeat of that tiny space used in the show last year. There was barely any room to bust moves. Biggie, please give us space to komole.

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More intense games

I love how biggie gets the housemates to showcase their culture through presentations and drama. But we want even more. Like I want the fight-to-the-finish, Game-of-Thrones ginger for that grand prize. And a lot more at stake when teams lose.

Juicier diary sessions

Big brother needs to be planting more seeds of destruction for us to watch. No more “how are you” sessions. We want the vawulence! Ask questions that will lead to a reunion that tops the drama we watched on the Real Housewives of Lagos.

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Zooming in the camera at night

I don’t want to be debating with anyone on what happened the night before. If anything is going on at night, we need whoever is controlling the cameras to zoom into things with immediate effect. Don’t keep us guessing..

Married men and women

There’s something super exciting about watching who’ll crack under pressure and deny their partner. And that’s the kind of drama I need to see.

More mind games

Biggie needs to have me shook this season. Maybe decoy housemates? Fake evictions or a reveal (finally!) of Biggie? Honestly, I just want to know I’m not wasting my DSTV and Showmax subscription at this point.

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