Big Brother Naija season three housemate, Leo Babarinde Dasilva has offered a piece of advice to housemates at the just concluded season five edition of the reality show.

Don’t be scared of turning down jobs – Leo DaSilva warn BBN 'Lockdown' housemates

Though the whole world have been rocked with the deadly Coronavirus crisis in 2020,

fans and followers of the biggest reality show in Africa, BBNAIJA, were given

another thrilling show as the organizer went over the limit to dish out the best.

Housemates at the reality show.for the fifth edition which was tagged ‘Lockdown’ got

fans stuck to their television screen for 71 days as they dished out

endless drama and controversies.

After 71 days of fun-filled moments, Laycon was crowned the winner as he

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walked home with a grand prize of 85 million naira and some other benefits that

have been won during his time at the show.

All participant have now hit the stardom they’ve been praying for but Leo Dasilva

has a message for them on how to handle the fame that comes after the show.

Leo Dasilva who have become a huge brand after his participation at the show

took to his Twitter page to pen the message which the housemates will find useful.

He urged them not to allow their fame turn into a general market that will be

misused by different brands.

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Leo Dasilva urged them to build a great relationship with brands they trust not

going over the limit to sign endorsement deals adding that they should not be

scared of turning down jobs that may redefine their brand.

See his full message to housemates below:

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