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Why BBNaija’s Simply Tacha is Trending

by James Ogunjimi
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As most people interested in the entertainment scene will know, this year’s edition of Big Brother Naija is already underway and the intrigues are already unraveling. Remember that Teni and Burna Boy performed on opening night? Okay.

Every year, there’s a housemate that really catches attention. Last year, CeeC was the housemate that had a lot of people talking about her. She divided Big Brother Naija fandom into two very angry and fiercely supportive sides as one side called and campaigned for her eviction while the other supported her stay until the last day of the show.

This year, the housemate hogging all the attention and getting talked about is , an Instagram sensation whose popularity shot up after she unveiled a tattoo of  on her cleavage. The  leader followed her on Instagram and her popularity has now led her to the Big Brother Naija house where she is pulling fans.

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Tacha‘s stay in the house may just end in a win for her after celebrities have queued up behind her. Some of the big names rooting for her include Naira Marley, Bobrisky, Moesha Buduong and Wofai Fada, Twyse and ’s brother, Adewale Adeleke who have all been campaigning for her since she stepped foot in the house.

Tacha is also the kind of artiste that rides the wave of controversy as it was claimed that she sometime ago faked her own kidnap so she could trend but she had nothing to say about that.

The Big Brother Naija house is interesting already with  already having an altercation with another housemate and it will be interesting to see how far she goes and if she can bring home the winning prize.

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