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#BBNaija: Payporte CEO speaks on sex in the house



The Big Brother Naija show has been trending on various social media platform since Saturday for different entertaining reasons, the C.E.O of Payporte, Eyo Bassey has reacted to the eviction of BB Naija housemates, Teddy A and BamBam from the on-going reality show. Payporte is the official sponsor of Big Brother Naija 2018.
Teddy A was on Sunday evicted during the live show, few hours after his romantic partner, Bambam was evicted during their saturday party.

Eyo stated that housemates were warned that sex or nudity didn’t guarantee support from viewers.

Eyo wrote on Twitter:

”I hope everyone will understand and see clearly that ‘sex and nudity does not sell on #BBnaija. @payporte has maintained this position. Compared to last season when neither sex or nudity was televised we all can judge. I hope my fellow colleagues can get the message. #Bamteddy.

”I warned and they refused to listen. Sex doesn’t sell this @bigbrothernaija. we insisted on this last season and the show was clean and shattered all records. This weekend eviction is another pointer.”

Eyo Bassey, however, deleted his tweets and wrote;

I noticed my previous post was

Largely mis-understood. lt may

Have Sounded offensive to

some persons. Its retracted,

deleted and taken down.

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The primary message

will be conveyed better.

This is the first Payporte C.E.O is releasing any public statement on the show.

On the live show yesterday, BamBam was invited on stage following her eviction, told Ebuka that she hopes to date Teddy A, though she won’t force him for it.

On the other hand, Teddy A who admitted he has a soft spot for BamBam in the house said he hopes to sort things with the two women currently in his life. He, however, revealed that Rico Swavey who nominated him for eviction, loves BamBam, while other housemates who nominated him for eviction, did so because they see him as a threat.

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