If I start a new hashtag #nigeriansboycottBBA on Twitter and Facebook, will it go viral? I just read from Eya who watches the Big Brother Show from Nigeria and she writes that the manual intercourse between Beverly Osu and Angelo from South Africa which seem to have angered lots of Nigerians at home and abroad was on general viewing.
I thought people watched it on the VIP and now coming to show their hypocrisy, but it seems Big Brother knows what makes them money. The sense I get is that this years series named The Chase is all about relationships and hookups, even much more than the previous ones. If Africans and Nigerians, the biggest viewers of the series were as prudish as the outrage on Twitter would have us believe, I think this wouldn't be so, as Multichoice knows their audience better than anyone.
As for those lambasting Beverly, please just stop. It makes me want to laugh when I see the comments about how she was extra shameful for moaning in pleasure. OMG, do these people not enjoy sex in their own lives? So keeping quiet during sex makes her a better woman, more righteous or what?
Don't even get me started on those who close their eyes to the fault of the BBA producers or the guy in the equation. At least Eya shares the blame very fairly.
For those still vexing. Don't hug transformer, don't jump in the lagoon, and don't just vent on twitter, add the hashtag #nigeriansboycottBBAfrica. And even more, stop watching DSTV as a whole. If you cannot do this, just zip it.
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