Nigerian comedian, I Go Dye has showered praises on newly evicted Big Brother Naija reality show star, Rico Swavey.
Rico, who was known to be very active in the house in terms of cooking and other domestic activities was praised by I Go Dye for pulling such a feet which is unusual of an African man.
The comedian further promised to lend Rico support if he eventually concludes his plans of going into restaurant business.
He wrote thus:
”I kindly use this medium to celebrate one of the finest gentlemen,with modest standard,who expressed a pleasant social decorum an exemplary quality,that projected the real values of a young Africa man,as a symbol of respect,dignity, cultured in domestic activities.
You have proven that we still have more responsible youths in Nigeria, your character will change a lot of perception’s about our Nigeria men, my profound respect to you .
Please understand that your eviction,doesn’t not stop you from becoming what you desire, try and maintain this standard,soonest the sky will become your stepping stone,because you are the next stage butterfly.
However,I over heard you mention, that you will want to embark on a restaurant business, at any time you want to commence the project,please contact me ,I will be glad to support with the little I can towards achieving this goal.
Once again,sail on; inspiring many others,proving the point that it is worthy to be responsible, devoid of immoral justification that was expected from you.
I shall continually celebrate anyone with your kind of remarkable character and humane attitude of purpose.congratulations”.
Rico Swavey came to the end of his journey in the house with just two weeks left to the end of the Big Brother Naija show. He got evicted on Sunday, April 8, 2018.
How the voting went:
Miracle – 25.76% Cee-C – 19.80% Lolu – 16.29% Nina – 15.81% Alex – 14.63% Rico Swavey – 7.71%
Born Patrick Fakoya, the 25 years old Musician and Actor is best known for the ‘Life 101’ drama series.
Rico is also a trained lawyer and has a number of Hip hop and ‘alternative’ tracks to his credit.