BBNaija: Biggie urged to help Kayvee as he breaks down in tears
Viewers of the Big Brother Naija show have advised Biggie to call Kayvee for self evaluation.
Recall that some housemates in the Big Brother Naija show had expressed concern over Kayvee’s behavior in the house.
Kayvee, who was introduced to the show alongside Queen, Michael and JMK last week is said to be acting weird.
While some housemates said he seems to be finding it difficult to adjust to his new environment, others said he needs psychological evaluation due to his awkward acts.
Reacting, some Nigerians said the photographer may be depressed and was seen crying at the gym on Monday morning.
Here are some comments DAILYPOST gathered from Twitter.
@Saggieroberts, “Biggie should seriously get Kayvee some help, the dude is now crying for God knows what.”
@official_angel, “Nini said Kayvee is behaving super weird. Kayvee hugged Liquorose and she said she finds that weird. Biggie please check on Kayvee.”
@crystalwhite, “Whitemoney just finished praying for Kayvee. May God come through for him.Organizers send help to this young man.”
@thenaijaanalyst, “All the new HMs are struggling to fit in varying degrees. Queen has been very busy trying to show relevance. JMK has been as quiet as a mouse. For 10 HMs to gather to table someone’s matter doesn’t sit down well with me. Only Sas showed kindness.”
@Snowmullaricons, “I thought Kayvee might wake up strong with positive energy today but only to find out he is crying during the gym section and Whitemoney had to hold his hand and pray likewise few HMS try to console him. We all need love at so point.”
@aderonike, “We are wired differently, though I’m making efforts to be better, I’m like Kayvee. I’m sensitive and when I feel “left out”/ isolated/disrespected, I can be defensive as well. It’s not a “pity party” ; some people genuinely understand how he feels.”
@Olisaosege, “ I can relate to what is happening to Kayvee. I felt that same way when I went to Jigawa for NYSC. The 3wks orientation camp was fun and I thought things will always be like that. Until we left camp and reality struck me so hard. First few days in Taura, I was depressed.”
@lookulooku, “This Kayvee situation has taught me to always reach out to the quiet person in a group, who probably feels left out. That could just be the difference between a good and bad day for them.”
@giftchinemere, “I want to use this opportunity to send out all the LOVE to KayVee. No matter what you are going through now, you will be alright. It will pass. Do we all experience low moments? Yes we do. It’s part of life. It’s not a new thing. We know you will bounce back. WE LOVE YOU.”