Big Brother Naija housemate, Terseer Waya popularly known as Kiddwaya on Tuesday night bragged about his worth, saying his fellow housemates are not in any match with him.
Kiddwaya made the statement when speaking with his love interest, Erica at the Head of House lounge.
He was reacting to the misunderstanding he had with other housemates over how to go about their Thursday Wager Task.
Bragging about what he has outside Biggie’s house, Kiddwaya said: “I don’t take things seriously in this house; if I did I would have had issues with some housemates.
“I know what I have outside; my net worth cannot be compared with them outside here.
“Nobody compares. They don’t compare to me, not like am bragging or something but, my net worth, my bank account doesn’t compare to them.”
Kiddwaya is a billionaire’s son, Terry Waya.
Terry Waya is a London based businessman and socialite popular for flaunting his wealth. He parties around the world, usually in the company of Governors, Senators, Elites.
Terry Waya was reportedly arrested by London Police in 2015 for money laundering.
His son, Kiddwaya emerged as the winner of the HOH challenge for week 5 on Monday after he earned the highest number of points in the game.
Kiddwaya was also entrusted with the affairs of the house after Big Brother has gone on vacation.
About Big Brother’s Vacation:
Biggie on Monday told the HOH, Kiddwaya that he will be going on vacation for few days and advised him not to discuss it with other housemates.
Big Brother noted that during the few days he will be away, housemates won’t hear his voice but a telephone sound and the HOH is expected to report to the diary room when he hears it.
Biggie told Kiddwaya that if the housemates start asking questions on why they haven’t heard his voice, he should make up excuses but not reveal that he is on vacation.
Big Brother promised to reward Kiddwaya if he follows the instructions of his secret task as advised.
Biggie is however expected to be back before Sunday for the eviction show (13 housemates are currently up for possible eviction).