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Again, Phyna drags BBNaija organisers, Multichoice, for failing to fulfill pledge of prizes



The winner of the 2022 Big Brother Naija (BBN), ‘Level Up’ edition, Josephine Otabor has called out the organisers of the reality TV show for failing to fulfil pledge of over N100m worth of prizes to her.

The reality TV star took to her Instagram Live on Thursday, May 23, 2024, to inform the public about the inability of MultiChoice Nigeria to five her the prize promised.

Phyna who is currently going through an emotional meltdown over the issue demanded that her money and other cash prizes should be given to her so she can face her future.

She said; “Calling you people out, quickly pay the rest. Quickly give me the BTC too na. Quickly give it to me. Quickly give me the BTC the way you give me other things. What’s my business with Quidax. I don’t know Quidax. I didn’t sign contract with Quidax.

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“When I was going on the show, I didn’t know Quidax were part of the sponsors. I didn’t know about them. I didn’t sign contract with them,” Phyna said with teary eyes.

She continued: “The people I have contract with is MultiChoice, so pay me the money and face Quidax and collect the money. Or collect the money from Quidax and give me my money. What’s going on?

“I agree you’ve done your worst, then pay me what I won. Pay me my prize. Give me my money, let me go. You people will just come and make somebody look like a fool. You people will just… 1BTC 2022 isn’t the same as 2024. As at today, 1BTC is over ₦100m. As at 2022, 1BTC was ₦22m, why didn’t you fucking give it to me then? Why now?”

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