8 reasons why we think Whitemoney won BBN S6

Shine your eye, they said, and shine the contestants did last night at the Big Brother Naija Season 6 Finale.

Hazel Oyeze Onou, popularly known as Whitemoney emerged as the winner of the season, taking home the dream-grand prize of 90 million naira!

The second-runner up was wild card Pere, AKA The General. His was an interesting run in the show with his military-hardened yet charming wiles.

Many fans anticipated a win for Whitemoney even though for some TikTok influencer and dancer Liquorose was considered the house’s sweetheart. In a landslide victory, Whitemoney won with 47% of viewer votes. This percentage outstretched Liquorose whose votes amounted to 22.9%.

For some viewers, Whitemoney’s victory was predictable. He was a fan-favourite to win from the onset. Even when other house mates gingered up their game plan. But why? Why was Whitemoney so popular? Why did the viewers like him. We think we know why.

Here are 5 reasons why we think Whitemoney won BBN Season 6.

1. He’s the house joker.

From the very moment Whitemoney stepped in the house he carried jokes with him. Living in close quarters for as long as the housemates did, entertainment and personality had to shine. Whitemoney always had something funny to say and that’s a sure way, we believe, to get viewers thrilled.

2. Because Whitemoney is a cruise.

Literally! The guy is an absolute riot. Funny is one thing but to be witty as well? Now, that is just excellent character development. No matter the task or the situation, you were sure to expect wisecracks from Whitemoney.

3. He’s for the streets!

Please, please, not in the way you think. But yes, Whitemoney never minced words with regards to his street cred. Remember that fight with Pere, when he told him that he’s not just anyone? Guess the streets made their voice known with their votes.

4. Kitchen Captain No. 1.

Whitemoney’s kingdom was literally the kitchen. This guy would cook for everyone and eat the very bottom of the pan. The kanzo! Kanzo! He’d eat just that. Although, let’s not slander kanzo here. We all know how the bottom if the pan slaps hard.

5. Humility.

Whitemoney was without a doubt very likeable because of his humility. Modesty and goodwill was Whitemoney’s vibe. He was always eager to serve or be of service to the housemates in one way or the other. Is it any surprise that he won?





10 of our Favourite Nollywood Celebrities including Funke Akindele at the “Who’s The Boss” premiere

Funke Akindele-Bello, Ini Dima-Okojie, and many other Nollywood names were at premiere of "Who's the Boss" movie in Lagos.

July’s Style Lead: here are the best dressed celebs of July’s first week.

It's the first Friday of July and the start of a very long weekend. Yes, if you didn't know, Monday is a holiday (Eid...

After proposing to his wife, this groom was involved an accident that left him paralyzed before his wedding

Joshua was involved in a very serious accident just two days after returning from his journey to propose to his beautiful wife.

Meg Thee Stallion, Tomi Adeyemi and others named among Time Magazine’s 100 Most influential people

Time Magazine has released the 17th edition of the 100 Most Influential list which honours people who are making an impact in our world.

#Style Guide: Here’s how to cop Larley Lartey’s eccentric fashion sense.

Truth is, there is nothing new under the sun. In essence, who does fashion better than ‘born for the camera’ model and stylist extraordinaire, Lydia Lartey.