Following the final episode of the third season of Big Brother Naija, the first runner-up Cee-C was tagged as a bitter Nigerian woman.

Over the course of the week, Meek Mill was released from prison, Verne Troyer died, and Manchester City completed the most successful passes in a match since 2003.

Here are the most searched topics in the past seven days.

Big Brother Naija

The Big Brother Naija reality TV show has come to an end and Miracle emerged the winner by public voting.

Miracle beat Cee-C, Tobi, Nina and Alex, who were all in the top 5, to the top spot.

Excited fans of the show raced to Google for more updates about the finale, making ‘Big Brother Naija’ a top trending search term.

Verne Troyer

Verne Troyer, US actor, stunt performer, and comedian who is widely known for his role as Mini-Me in Austin Powers, died at the age of 49.

Manchester City VS Swansea City

Manchester City completed an outstanding 943 passes during a 5-0 victory against Swansea City on Sunday in the English Premier League.

It marks the first time since 2003-04 that a team has managed so many completed passes.

Excited fans headed to Google search to get more details about the match.

Bitter Nigerian woman

Following the finale of the BBNaija reality show that held on Saturday, Nigerians have tagged Cynthia Nwadiora, popularly known as Cee-C, as a bitter Nigerian woman.

The viewers expressed their dislike of the former housemate by saying that when they type “bitter Nigerian woman” into Google search, her name comes up.

Nigerians looking to confirm the news turned to Google, making ‘bitter Nigerian woman’ a top trending term.

Meek Mill

Meek Mill, US rapper, was released from prison on Monday, after violating his probation on a drug and weapons case last year.

Fans and friends that advocated for his release are thrilled about the good news and searched on Google for more updates about the rapper.



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