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#BBNaija’s Tacha seeks image boost, engages Tiwa Savage’s ex Teebillz as manager



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Fiesty former housemate of the 2019 edition of the Big Brother Naija reality TV, show Tacha has employed the services of Teebillz, ex-hubby of musician, Tiwa Savage, as her manager.

The controversial housemate who was a thorn in the flesh of other housemates of the 90-day contest made the announcement via her verified Instagram handle on Friday.

However, before making the announcement, Tacha deleted all photos from her handle and later shared a collage of the brand with a caption: “New Management @teebillz323”.

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A few moments after Tacha was disqualified from the House, Teebillz promised to make a star out of the Rivers State-born lady if she comes under his management.

He said Tacha is “the most bankable brand out of all.”

He also promised to make her “the biggest brand in Africa….. Bigger than Big brother itself.”

Tacha, however, revealed that she has come under his Billz Vision management company on Friday as she deleted all her contents from her Instagram page, leaving only the logo of the management, Billz Vision and wrote, “New Management @teebillz323″

Confirming the news, Teebillz also shared a picture on his Instagram page and wrote: “A Vision is not just a picture of what could be; It is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more!!! Welcome @symply_tacha #BillzVizion”

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