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BBNAIJA STAR PERE HOSPITALIZED AS HIS INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT DEACTIVATES

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By Aishat Momoh. O.

Pere, the second runner-up on Big Brother Naija Shine Ya Eye, has been hospitalized and his Instagram account has been blocked.

On Thursday, a video from Pere’s official Instagram fan page went viral, revealing that he was taking medication.

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Pere verified his hospitalization on Twitter, where he shared the videos and thanked his followers for their prayers.

It was discovered that his Instagram account had been disabled during his investigation.

Pere’s team issued a statement in response to the Instagram account cancellation, indicating that they are attempting to reactivate it.

“Hello Patriots, we’re aware of Pere’s account being deactivated on Instagram,” the statement read. Please be patient while the staff works to get it back to you.

“Be assured that we have the greatest staff working around the clock to get it back to normal as soon as possible.” We’ve completed all of the appropriate forms and now must wait for a response for 24 hours.

“Please note that all of PERE’s activities and updates will be shared on his Instagram fan page, Twitter, and Facebook in the meanwhile.”

“We beg everyone to keep the flames burning and to continue to support the General on all social media channels.” “Thank you for your kindness.”

This comes just one day after Pere’s followers, known as patriots, showered him with gifts.

Pere came into tears as he expressed his gratitude for their presents, overjoyed by the outpouring of love.

Whitemoney, the BBNaija season 6 winner, was also hospitalized two days ago but regained strength later that day.

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