Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Kess Adjekpovu, has taken to social media to defend his female colleagues following OAP Nedu’s controversial claim about ladies who go on the show.

Recall that Nedu, during a recent episode of his “Honest Bunch” podcast, claimed that most women go to Big Brother Naija to get more customers to patronise their bodies.

He stated that Big Brother makes these women popular without giving them a major means to sustain and maintain their fame.

He said that these ladies then begin a serious hunt for clients who might use their services, which, according to him, is the prime motivation for their participation in the show.

“Do you know what Big Brother does for you? It takes you from here… Boom! Shoots you up. But there’s no substance to hold you onto. Na kpekus most of them get to offer. They intentionally go there just to get customers.” He said.

In an apparent reaction to Nedu’s claim, reality star Kess, via his Twitter handle, said that the trend of tagging his colleagues as “sluts” is distasteful.

He noted that the majority of them are independent and work hard to fund their lifestyles, so it’s very unfair to undermine their hard work.

“This trend of tagging female Big Brother housemates as sluts is distasteful. 95% of them are highly intelligent, sufficiently independent, super talented and are legit hustlers. It is unfair to undermine their hard work.” He wrote on Twitter.

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