Any dirty low life can make it to Big Brother Africa show - Tayo Faniran


Tayo Faniran

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Big Brother Africa reality show star and actor, Tayo Faniran has expressed displeasure with the show’s current recruitment process.

He fought the show’s organisers for recruiting new stars with fruitless life, unlike his time when it took him many years of auditions to be selected.

Expressing his anger on his Instagram story, Tayo said “I did not like social media because I thought it watered down the value of fame.

“I auditioned for the show in 2009 and I only made it in 2014, but today any dirty low life with fruitless life can become popular on the tiny screens.

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“It’s such a shame when the bar become too low even a rat would effortlessly jump it.

“I am super upset tonight, and to all the enablers of mediocrity, continue, you are only ruining the ground your future generations will dwell on.”

In 2020, Tayo Faniran called out African youth living fake lives.

According to him, youths on the continent are more concerned about a competition that doesn’t actually exist, leading them to live fake lives on social media.

Advising young people to look for real things to do, he urged them not to get immersed in the fake social media life.

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