Pere’s Fans Organize Protest, Threaten To End Show Over Alleged Rigged Votes
Pere’s fans threatened a protest aimed at ending the show over the unfair treatment to their favorite.
Fans of Big Brother Naija’s housemate, Pere, initiates a protest against the organizers of the show whom they accused of rigging votes.
This is coming following the fate of the ex-military man who was evicted from the house but not from the show entirely over his low vote turnout in the week.
According to circular going around on social media, Pere’s fans threatened a protest aimed at ending the show over the unfair treatment to their favorite.
The circular reads, “IF YOU ARE IN LAGOS PLEASE COME OUT TO ILUPEJU SPAR TOMORROW BY 7AM CALL 09022971519 OR +234 807 306 6317 for more info. Justice for Pere Rally… @pereegbiofficial @lylaws
@bigbronaija @multichoice_group We’re coming for you! since you want to rig votes, expect the show to end instantly. You’re not ready for what is comin….”
The latest twist in the show has Pere and Angel playing a game to determine their spot in the final week.
Nini, Saga and Queen’s eviction leaves Whitemoney, Emmanuel, Cross and Liquorose as the final four housemates.
The fate of the fifth housemate is to be determined by the result of the game played between Angel and Pere.
This, however, didn’t seem fair as Pere scored more votes than Angel.
Pere secured 25.31% votes while Angel had 14.63%.
Also, actor Frederick Leonard while reacting via his Instagram account opined that the new development clearly shows that there’s no difference between the show and Nigerian politics.
He further noted that people went through a lot to make sure they voted because they thought their votes would count, and they must count.
“What is the difference between this and Nigerian politics?
“Why ask people to vote If their votes won’t count?
“Dear organizers of BBN listen, people went out of their way to put in work and vote because you made them believe that their votes count.
“Better do the right thing let the winner on votes go back into the house as a finalist, so you don’t discredit a show that has the backing and viewership support of millions across the continent of Africa.
“This white room twist is clearly baseless and unnecessary. Even If Pere wins the puzzle, it will be unfair to him to go through the heart-palpitating route with another housemate who already lost on vote,” he wrote.