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BBNaija: “Some Parents Encourage their children to watch” Islamic Group Reacts To Khalid And Daniella’s Steamy Session Under The Duvet



The director of the Islamic organization Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), Prof. Ishaq Akintola, has dropped his two cents on the s3xual relationship between two Big Brother Naija housemates, Khalid and Daniella.

On Monday night, Daniella and Khalid, had episodes of intimate romp in bed whilst other housemates were deep asleep and their actions sparked outrage on social media. 
The MURIC director responded by stating in an interview with Vanguard that he cannot issue any Shari’a rulings regarding Khalid since “whatever someone does in BBNaija is haram.”

One Warri girl reacted saying “This is really not right let’s be telling ourselves the truth. How long have you known each other for? What would your parents say abi they don’t have? This is very irritating abeg. I’m no saint but omo this is a no no!”

One Ngozi wrote “And their fam will be watching them like this? So shameful! You people can’t even wait for just 3months!”

One Elizabeth wrote “I hope she doesn’t ge pregnant. I’m no saint, but i don’t understand, with all the efforts ands lobbying pple do to get to the big brother house, they came and the next thing is start having intimate relationship just after few days? That aside! These are total strangers you probably know nothing or a little about! What if they have any stds or any bad spirit… The risk are endless! I just keep wondering”

One Brown sugar wrote “Daniella with the innocent look and good girl vibes? Go show dey ride prick in less than a month? These ladies would never learn! A man would come out of that show and move on nicely! But it never would be the same for her!”

He said; “I have no comment concerning Khalid. Whatever anybody is doing in BBNaija is haram, BBNaija itself; the whole of it. So, it’s not about the aspect of alcohol or whatever. I was part of a group that went to court to stop BBNaija, but the system continues to encourage BBNaija, some of our people in the media, and journalists continue to encourage them because there’s money there.

“Nigeria worships money and then we are destroying our youths, who are watching this show and there are some irresponsible parents, too, who are watching and encouraging their children to watch it.”