Big Brother Naija Season 7 Level Up Housemates That Made it To Top 5

If You Missed it, Here are BBNS7 Level Up Housemates That Made it To Top 5

As usual, the Big Brother reality show gives us another mind-blowing season that we can’t get enough of.

Big Brother Naija Season 7, themed Level-up, premiered on July 23rd, 2022, with 20 amazing but diverse housemates. We wished it would never end. The reality show ended on October 2nd after the housemates spent 72 days in the house, or at least 5 of them because others left as is customary.

In case you missed it, here are the names of the housemates who made it to the top 5 on Big Brother Naija, Level Up Season 7.

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5. Chi Chi

Chinenyenwa Desire, also known as Chi Chi, is the youngest of the Big Brother Naija Housemates we saw on our screens during the Level Up season.

The 22-year-old often describes herself as a “stripper by night and chef by day.” She also identifies herself as “an unshakable ambitious goal-getter.” Chi chi was born on January 9, 2000. She is a chef as well as an exotic dancer. Her hobbies include dancing, swimming, and traveling. She revealed that she signed up for Big Brother Naija to show the world her hidden and extraordinary personality. ” I have so many things to showcase and BBN is the right place to get the kind of spotlight I desire,” she said.

Chi chi didn’t emerge as the winner, but she did come in fourth place with 2.49% of the vote, and she received the fame she desired.

4. Adekunle

Adekunle Tobilola Olopade is a Big Brother Naija season 7 housemate who drew public attention from day one due to his good looks, and he emerged as the head of houses from August 5th to 13th. He considers himself a self-actualized Introvert who prefers to give rather than receive.

On October 6, 1994, Adekunle was born in Lagos State to Mr. and Mrs. Bolanle Olopade. His parents are both Yorubas, with his father being a Christian and his mother being a born Muslim. In 2014, he graduated from Redeemer’s University with a degree in Accounting. He is a TV reality star, entrepreneur, and digital marketing consultant.

Adekunle wished to win Big Brother Naija Season 7 so that he could help his mother pay off her loans, mortgage, and debt. He is, however, one of the five housemates who survived and finished third with 12.36% of the votes.

3. Bella

Chidimma Esther Okagbue, also known as Bella, was born on May 31, 1997, in Anambra state. She is currently 25 years old and a graduate of the University of Lagos. She is a skilled content creator and digital marketer. She enjoys making new and positive connections, swimming, photography, and traveling.

Bella captured the public’s attention because she appears to be a no-nonsense person who is easily pissed off. She is a woman who is passionate about creativity and fashion.

Bella revealed that she signed up for Big Brother Naija in order to become rich and famous. “I don’t want to introduce myself; I want to walk into a room and be recognized,” she explained. However, Bella did not win, finishing as the second runner-up with 15.78% of the vote.

2. Bryann

Although I’ve had public recognition since 2019, Big Brother has given me much more attention since the season began.

Bryann was born on August 23, 1998, in Owerri, Imo State, to Mr. and Mrs. Chijioke. He graduated from Babcock University with a degree in Computer Engineering. Aside from his studies, he wishes to pursue a career in music. Bryan began his career as a Nigerian artist and singer in 2019, putting him in the spotlight prior to Big Brother’s reality show. He considers himself an Extrovert who enjoys meeting new people and exploring new places.

Bryan was the first runner-up of Big Brother Naija Season 7 with 26.74% of the votes cast.

1. Phyna

Ijeoma Josephine Otaco, better known as Phyna, is a Nigerian singer and entertainer, as well as a hype woman. She was born in Edo State on the 2nd of June 1997. In  2019, the Nigerian hype priestess graduated from the Federal Polytechnic of Auchi, Edo State, where she studied Agricultural and Bio Environmental Engineering.

Phyna described herself as ‘allergic to gossip‘. Within a few weeks of the reality show, she was verified and captured the public’s attention with her short temper and street-like personality. She is single and believes that only mumu can fall in love, but she somehow got hooked on Groovy.

Phyna is the second female winner of Big Brother Naija in the show’s history, with Mercy Eke being the first. Phyna received 48.74% of the vote.

A lot happened this season, but the most important thing was that the housemates met us in the ASUU strike, and left us in the same with more tribulations the country is experiencing.

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