Derrick Kobina Bonney aka DKB who represented Ghana at Big Brother Stargame says the public should stop complaining about the naked scenes that leak from Big Brother Africa house and consider the exposure it gives to the contestants.
Speaking to Abrantepa on Radio Univers in Accra, the comedian who was disqualified from the reality show in 2012 for slapping Zainab said rules and regulations governing the show are clearly read for all the contestants before the show begins.
He said the housemates are aware that there are 128 cameras in the house which record everything they do in the house.
“People who are always complaining about the nakedness will stop complaining if they get the opportunity to enter the house. The main focus of the show is about you and your personality not the naked scenes. It is just the viewers who are leaking the videos because they have the VIP access”.
Sharing his experience, DKB narrated that “I used to be a critique of Big Brother because of these same reasons until I had the opportunity to go. When I got the opportunity, then I totally forgot about the fact there is nakedness in the house and concentrated on how to promote my brand”
He added that Big Brother Africa fault-finders will find reasons to defend their immoral acts when they get the opportunity to be in the house.
“The focus of Big Brother is not to focus on nudity but it is the viewers who are leaking it. Let’s provide those calling Big brother names the opportunity and they will see the marketing and commercial aspects of the show and forget about this whole nudity chapter. They will even find something to tell us if they are caught in the act.”