biggy237 copies bigbrother naija nigerians lament

Biggy237 Copies Bigbrother Naija Nigerians Lament.

Biggy237 Copies Bigbrother Naija Nigerians Lament.

While Cameroonians are excited about the ongoing reality tv show Biggy237, Nigerians are back home claiming Biggy237 is a copied concept from them.Biggy237 Copies Bigbrother Naija Nigerians Lament.

biggy237 copies bigbrother naija nigerians lament

Just in case some people are talking and lamenting about the Bigbrother concept ignorantly, I will like to give you a brief history of the Bigbrother concept and its origin.

Big Brother is a Dutch reality competition television franchise created by John de Mol Jr., first broadcast in the Netherlands in 1999, and subsequently syndicated internationally.[1] The show features contestants called “housemates” or “House Guests” who live together in a specially constructed house that is isolated from the outside world. The name is inspired by Big Brother from George Orwell‘s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, and the housemates are continuously monitored during their stay in the house by live television cameras as well as personal audio microphones. Throughout the course of the competition, they are voted out (usually on a weekly basis) until only one remains and wins the cash prize.

As of 21 September 2019, there have been 448 seasons of Big Brother in over 54 franchise countries and regions. English-language editions of the program are often referred to by its initials “BB”.[2] The title of many Spanish-language editions of the program is translated as Gran Hermano (GH).

With this, I can hardly understand why a group of people will think Biggy237 is copying this reality tv show. Nigerians claim Biggy237 is copying their reality tv show Bigbrother Naija. Let’s forget about the external continent and their concept of Bigbrother and talk about the African continent.

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biggy237 copies bigbrother nigerians lament

Why would Nigerians act like they came up with the concept behind Bigbrother? I want to believe the Nigerian concept behind Bigbrother was an idea from Bigbrother Africa after it was banned.

To all those Nigerians who just say things from the blind side of it, I will like to make it clear that Biggy237 isn’t copying you in any way. They saw a concept, imagined it in their own way, and brought it to reality in a way they could.

Most times, it really becomes hard to understand why Africans hardly support each other. Instead of being happy for each other, we turn to frown at the positivities our fellow African countries turn to appreciate and wish to bring to action.

You hear some Africans mostly Nigerians watch Bigtgy237 and damn the entire concept. To me, it’s like can we support each other already? if we cant stand together and support each other who will we support?

True, Biggy237 is doing this for its first time. Why don’t you support them? why don’t you tell them what to amend? it’s all awesome when we grow together.

When biggy237 reality show was barely an initiative Cameroonians watched Bigbrother Naija without necessarily damning the concept behind the show. Cameroonians watched with so much passion, talked about it on social media in a good way not like how you will find some Nigerians damning the Biggy237 concept right now on social media and comparing it to theirs.

Its Cameroons first time. Mistakes will be made, things will go wrong but it is for a good course.

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If you have been amongst those who think Biggy237 is a copied concept from Bigbrother Naija, you know better now. For those seeing Biggy237 as a competition, it is just a fair game.

Bigbrother Naija, Biggy237 we are one and we can do this. You all have nothing to lose let’s support each other and do this together for together we stand.

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