Whitemoney’s victory as the winner of Big Brother Naija season six captioned “shine yo eyes,” has been accompanied by an outpouring of excitement and delight that cannot be matched. It’s an excellent reason to rejoice. White money has earned his money in every way. He put in a lot of effort and came out on top. Everyone is content.
The delight and happiness visible on Whitemoney’s face indicate that he has received what he deserves. Other housemates who made us joyful, as well as those who made us think about other aspects of our lives, will be remembered. It was fantastic to be able to view them on our phones, tablets, televisions, and other digital devices. Overall, Whitemoney, whose true name is Hazel Oyeze Onou, has emerged as this year’s Big Brother Naija winner, according to Wikipedia.
You might be asking if Whitemoney will take the entire ninety million nairas home with him (N90m). Isn’t that a lot of money? He deserved it, of course. He earned it and will receive it, but not entirely in cash.
The winner of this year’s season (season 6) of Bbnaija will get a grand prize of 90 million nairas, according to the show. As I previously stated, the money will not be delivered to him in whole. The following is how Whitemoney will be presented with his well-deserved award.
If you watched Bbnaija season five, the Lockdown season, or any previous edition of the reality program to the conclusion, you should know that the season’s victor, Layton, did not get his reward in cash. Should I say that this is one of the Big Brother Naija reality show’s traditions? One may conclude that the BBNaija awards have been encouraging since the show’s inception in Nigeria.
According to the organizers of MultiChoice, as reported by Wikipedia, the winner of season six, Whitemoney, is now expected to win a total of 90 million naira grand prize, which includes a thirty million naira (N30m) cash prize, cash in “Abeg digital wallet,” bitcoins courtesy of Patricia, a two-bedroom apartment courtesy of RevolutionPlus Property, a top-of-the-line SUV courtesy of Innoson Motors, a Nigerian company Travelbeta will also provide him with a trip for two.
Even though the 90 million nairas will not be given to him in cash, the other rewards, including the 30 million nairas, will cover all of his expenses.
The second runner-up, Roseline Omokhoa Afijo, also known as Liquorose in the Big Brother Naija house, will not be forgotten. She not only came in second place, but she also won some cash in the home by completing duties and playing activities. According to Netting on Twitter, her money has also gotten up to/over 19 million naira.
Whitemoney’s fans, on the other hand, are just as ecstatic as he is. They’re overjoyed because the votes were accurately counted. Before Whitemoney was announced the winner, the majority of people had already guessed the winner. This is to demonstrate the degree of openness with which the votes were tallied.
White money should be congratulated.