Terseer Kiddwaya, a recently evicted housemate of the 2020 Big Brother Naija TV show, says he is the man Ozo, his former colleague in the ‘Lockdown’ house, wants to be like.


In an interview with Beat FM, Kiddwaya said he was having a conversation with Ozo about his relationship with Nengi and “I think he was looking at the man he wants to be. I mean no disrespect.”

“I don’t fear anybody, man. I knew no one in the house was up to my level,” the ex-housemate bragged, prompting Osi Suave, the show’s host, to shout “shot fired!”

“The guy (Ozo) loves her. And you know people do dumb things for love. People love in different ways. Obviously the way he shows his love is how you guys see it on TV. I mean, I respect that. I have no issue with it but that’s Ozo for you,” the reality star added.



In another interview with Ebuka, BBNaija’s host, Kiddwaya clarified his relationship with Erica, his female acquaintance in the ‘Lockdown’ house for whom viewers think he has feelings.


On whether he nursed resentment towards Laycon for being the subject of the strike that got Erica disqualified, Kiddwaya said he has no issue with the ‘Fierce’ crooner.

“I really respect the girl. I kind of want her in my life whether as a friend or anything else. She’s a lovely human being and I enjoyed my time with her. That was genuine,” he said.

“At a point, I told her at a point that, ‘Look, If you want, me you and Laycon  could sit and talk about whatever issues you guys have.’ My name gets called up with Nengi, Ozo, and Laycon.

“People are threatened of me. And I have no idea why. I had no issues with Laycon and I had no issues with Erica being friends with him. I had no problem her finding him mentally attractive.


“The guy is smart. He’s got a good brain and he’s a funny guy. I had no issue with Laycon from day one. So I couldn’t create an issue with him.”

I want Laycon to win BBNaija’s Prize Money, says Kiddwaya

“I want Laycon to win and I think he’ll win. At the start, I thought Neo will win. It became Laycon for me when I actually heard his music for the first time,” he said.

“When he played I just saw people jumping around him, I wasn’t paying attention. But I told the DJ to turn it up so I could hear better.


“I saw a lot of potential in this boy. And I thought that music really uplifts people. I thought that, with him winning, he will do more with that win than some other people.”

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