BBN Pere Allegedly Hospitalized 2 Days After Whitemoney Was Hospitalized

BBN Pere Allegedly Hospitalized 2 Days After Whitemoney Was Hospitalized

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Reality TV star Pere Egbi has been hospitalized due to ill health as a video shared on Instagram reveals him in his sick bed with a drip attacked to his left hand.

Pere who emerged the Second Runner Up in the ‘Shine Ya Eye’ edition of the reality show’s current health status could be attributed to the stress that comes with the several media rounds coupled with the ‘Meet and Greet’ session with fans and parties that has gone on without a break.

This comes barely 72 hours after the winner, Whitemoney broke down and had to be given drip medication and fans have expressed their displeasure over how the stars have not been given time to rest.

Watch the video below;

Meanwhile Popular Comedian and skit maker, Kelvin Anagbogu aka Lord Lamba has made a startling revelation to his fans.

The internet personality, who rocks dreadlocks, said he spends N50,000 weekly to keep his hair looking good.

He however seemed overburdened with the high cost and everything else that entails in maintaining his dreads as he noted he wants to cut them off.

The 26-year-old social media comic act shared this via an Insta story.

He shared of video, which shows him seated on a chair with cloth wrapped around him like one who is about to have a haircut.

The inscription on the video reads: “50k every week to maintain this hair imagine.. I’m tired already I want to barb it.”

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