A video has surfaced online in which Omashola Oburoh, former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, could be seen wearing a tattered outfit.

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In the now-viral video, which was first shared by Ike Onyeama, another former BBNaija housemate, Omashola is seen unkempt and in the appearance of an insane person while sitting on the pavement of a yet-to-be-identified street.

The reality star also appears like one who is homeless as he holds a black nylon bag beside him.

I hope this is some sort of skit or movie @sholzy23 After seeing your last post, should I be worried? You haven’t been active on social media since your last post…call me!,” Ike wrote on Instagram.

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It remains to be seen if the video is a snippet from a movie or skit or if it is for real.

The video also comes a few days after the reality star had hinted that he may be battling depression.

On October 25, the reality star had revealed that he is “lonely in a world surrounded by people”. He had also said that although he is keeping it cool, he is “slowly reaching a breaking point”.

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“They say in your youth, depression is mostly peer pressure and the strife to not want to be left behind. In old age, depression is a bucket full of regrets, and it is worse than the former,” the model had written.

“Thank God I’m still young but plenty pressure man dey face. I believe in myself normally based on who I be, and it is me and my team till the wheels fall off, but right now ehn, only God fit understand. I’m lonely in a world surrounded by people. Trying to keep my cool but slowly reaching my breaking point.”

Omashola was one of the finalists of BBNaija season four. During his stint in the 2019 BBNaija show, he won the hearts of fans with his street-smartness and hyper-activeness.

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