Nigerians react to former presidential spokesman Reuben Abati's Big Brother Naija article

Nigerians react to former presidential spokesman Reuben Abati's Big Brother Naija article

- Former presidential spokesman Reuben Abati is being dragged by Nigerians for his article about Big Brother Naija

- Abati released an article today where he wrote about the just concluded reality show and the housemates

The former media assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Rueben Abati is currently trending on social media after he wrote about the just concluded Big Brother Naija reality show.

In the article 'Big Brother Naija – Television As Madness', Abati pens his thoughts about the show which according to him promoted adultery, prostitution, love of money, nudity and sex.

He also described some of the housemates in terms that have been deemed inappropriate by Nigerians.

Writing about TBoss, he said she dominated the space with her “Jezebelic antics” and projected herself as a s*x object. He did not stop there but went on to talk about her breasts.

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Nigerians are not happy with his article and have taken to social media to share their thoughts. Some are saying he is mentally unstable while others are wondering how a former presidential spokesman would be writing about a woman’s breast using such inappropriate terms.

NAIJ.com gathered some of the reactions below.

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Some others think Abati made 100% sense in the article.

Watch how Nigerians reacted to Efe's win as captured exclusively by NAIJ.com below:

Source: Naij.com

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