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Afrocandy speaks up on building Nigerians versus Big Brother Africa

A US-based Nigerian singer and actress, Judith Opara Mazagwu popularly known as Afrocandy recently blasted Nigerians who watch Big Brother Africa and even advised  Nigerians on how we should fix our country. 

She had this to say on her facebook page.

SHAME ON YOU NIGERIANS ! SHAME ON YOU ! So you guys have to pay additional money to the Cable Companies to watch some 'TASTELESS SEX SCENES' by some dirty, ugly Bit**hes on BBA?
 Sex scenes that cannot move a single hair on my body? South Africa is busy making Millions out you, using it to fix their Country while you are all fooling around and calling yourselves 'CONSERVATIVE CULTURAL PEOPLE' 
MEANWHILE YOUR YOUTHS ARE ROAMING THE STREETS HUNGRY, TOURISM IS A COMPLETE ZERO, YOUR INFRASTRUCTURE IN A COMPLETE SHAMBLE. 
Tell me if the Government would allow such Program if it was created by a Nigerian? Hell no! They would tell you 'it's not our culture,' Culture my foot!
 All you holier than thaws are hiding in your bedrooms watching it and you come out to pretend like you don't. Same day you will all wake up to see that you have nothing more to brag about or live on......GIANT OF AFRICA MY Bottom ! Ya'all can kiss my Juicy Brown Bottom !  It can recalled that Afro Candy recently produced and starred a soft movie titled Destructive Instincts. Culled from: Nigerianeye
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