Big Brother’s Voice is not Original – Fans complain!

Big Brother’s Voice is not Original – Fans complain!

As the second edition of Big Brother Nigeria not tagged ‘Big Brother Naija’ (BBN) gathers momentum, with drama aplenty in the House yeterday, fans of the show lament that the voice of this particular ‘Biggy’ is not original.

Oluwakanyinsola Oshin, producer and presenter on M-Net Channel 157 in Nigeria said: “Why is the Big Brother’s voice like this. He seems abrasive at times. At times, he’s too fast”.

She is not the only addicted fan who laments. One of the sub-editors of Big Brother Nigeria in 2006 echoed the same sentiment that this BBN ‘Biggy’ has not mastered the real ‘Biggy’ voice.

Many fans say the ‘Biggy’ voice is one of the most important elements of the show. “You cannot not get ‘Biggy’ voice right…” another fan complains.

A few fans is also dying to hear that ‘Biggy’ voice. When they were asked to describe the genuine ‘Biggy’ voice they crave for, most of them said it is not to be described “but when you hear it, you just know”.

Fans are loving BBN but they also complain that the audio of the show is poor, especially when Ebuka was wrapping the show up yesterday night.

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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