Why BBNaija Stars Rejected Sponsored Trip To Dubai

Some Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye housemates have refused to board the aircraft that was provided for their fully sponsored trip to Dubai on Monday, November 22.

Recall that some of the housemates that won the tasks on the show were rewarded with an all-expense paid trip to Dubai, courtesy of Pepsi.

The housemates were expected to fly to Dubai for the annual One Africa Music Fest that is to take place on Friday, November 26, but in a surprising turn, they had to change their mind as soon as they saw the uncomfortable state of the plane.

The reality stars took to their various social media pages to express their disgust.

According to their complaints shared online, the aircraft seemed to be cramped up with no leg room for convenience, considering the fact that the trip is a long one.

Tega, the mother of one, went live on Instagram to express her disappointment. She complained about how uncomfortable the plane was as she kept emphasizing “no leg room at all.”

Micheal and Saga also took to their respective IG pages to express their disappointment in the brand that organized the trip.

Michael posted a clip where he shook his head in disappointment and said “wow!”

He also captioned the video:

“This one off me oh!”

Saga also shared a video where Cross and Jaypaul could be seen sleeping at the airport.

He noted that they were out there while some of them were on the flight to Dubai.

It was gathered that Whitemoney, Cross, Saga, Emmanuel, and Erica refused to join the flight and returned home.

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