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BBN’s KayVee withdraws from the show for medical reason as a GoFundMe page is created for fans abroad to support him

Earlier today, Big Brother Naija revealed one of its contestants, Kayvee, has been withdrawn from the season 6 show to receive medical attention.

It came following concerns from his housemates and fans over his recent “odd” behaviour.

A space on abeg.app and a GoFundMe page was created for fans at home and abroad to help support his dream of opening his own studio and getting better photo and cinematography equipment following his exit.

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The GoFundMe page has so far raised £280 of the £10k goal within three hours of its creation. It is expected Kayvee will receive a thorough medical investigation now he has left the house.

His Shine Ya Eye housemates expressed how Kayvee – real name Gbolahan Ololade – has been behaving strangely and withdrawn lately.

Amongst themselves with Kayvee not present, Whitemoney said, “He went to the washing machine that was in use by someone else and turned it off. He went to the tap, opened it and washed his face, he looked at us,hissed and left. Is this a prank? This is not funny”

He further said “he tried talking to Kayvee, the latter refused to return his pleasantries, concluding “It’s not funny anymore. For real, it’s no more funny. He’s really getting weird. I don’t know if he’s playing a prank or has lost his senses.”

Agreeing with what Whitemoney was saying, JMK said, “We’ve been asking Biggy to please take him for psyche examination. It is bad.”

JMK had an experience with Kayvee. She explained, “I thought he was fine this afternoon and I said no problem. This evening again, he was sleeping close to my bed. I thought he was sleeping but he just jumped up and shouted.

“I went out and came back but he was not on the bed again. I saw him in the courtyard again. I was trying to talk to him but he’s not answering anybody.”

Prompting Cross to say, “I don’t know what he’s going through but he’s going through a lot.”

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