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#BBNaija: Cubana Chief Priest Openly Declares Support For Season 7 Housemate

 

#BBNaija: Cubana Chief Priest Openly Declares Support For Season 7 Housemate
Cubana Chief Priest

Popular celebrity, Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu, better known as Cubana Chief Priest has openly declared support for BBNaija season 7 housemate, Bryan.

The celebrity barman in a post via his Instagram page called on Nigerians to vote and help him save the housemate from a possible eviction this week.

This follows the nomination of Bryan and four others for eviction by Adekunle following his emergence as the new Head of House (HOH).

Naija News recalls Adekunle had nominated Ilebaye, Phyna, Bryan, Khalid and Groovy for eviction this Sunday.

At least one of the nominees will be evicted during the live eviction show on Sunday but Cubana Chief Priest has moved to save Bryan whom he described as a kid brother.

He promised monetary rewards for those who vote to save the housemate and are lucky he reposts their evidence of votes.

The Cubana Chief Priest promised to reward voters who he reposts their posts with N100,000 each.

“My Kid Brother @bryannonly Is Up For Eviction, Please Help Vote For Him, If You Vote Send Me Proof By Tagging Me On Your Stories.

“I Will Be Giving Out 100k Each To Voters I Repost There Post, Let’s Save This Fresh Amazing Talent,” he wrote.

I Was Not Attacked

Cubana Chief Priest has reacted to viral reports that he was involved in an accident.

Naija News understands that popular blogger, Instablog9ja had on Sunday shared a video clip which has now gone viral, showing bullet holes on a car which allegedly belong to the elite.

The report also claimed that Cubana Chiefpriest was attacked by unknown gunmen in Imo State.

The renowned celebrity barman has, however, gone ahead to fault the viral video clip, stating categorically that he was never attacked by gunmen.

Taking to his Instagram IG story on Sunday afternoon, Cubana Chief Priest rubbished the viral reports and the publisher, saying that no accident happened as stated in the reports.