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Neo, a housemate at the ongoing Big Brother Nigeria (BBNaija) reality TV show, has sparked a Twitter frenzy for washing pant belonging to Vee, his in-house lover.

On Wednesday, the 26-year-old from Delta state could be seen in the laundry section of the ‘Lockdown’ house alongside Vee and Nengi.

During a conversation among the three housemates, Vee had told Neo that one of her pants was missing.

“My dear one pant is missing,” she had said. Before she could complete her statement, she discovered the missing pant was being washed by Neo.

The discovery seemed to have stunned Nengi who complimented Vee for dating a guy like Neo.

The incident has since sparked a deluge of reactions on social media platforms, especially Twitter, where users are currently debating if Neo’s action was right or wrong.

While a segment of users bashed Neo and described his action as “emasculating”, others argued that it is not a big deal.

Please EVERY person should wash their OWN pant themselves,” DJ Cuppy wrote on Twitter.

“There are some things you should never be seen doing on national television. Not like it is bad, but knowing the kind of society we live in, it will forever be used to taunt you. Washing pant is one of those things. Neo don shit for church. Warri finally carried last.” another user said.

Here is what some Nigerians had to say:

 

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