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As soon as the third season of reality TV show, Big Brother Naija kicked off in January 2018, we all remember how fans of the show immediately disliked the voice behind Biggie and immediately started bashing the organizers.

So, that was how Andre Blaze became the ‘Double Wahala’ voice of Biggie. Andre Blaze Henshaw is a Nigerian radio personality, rapper, television host and executive producer. He first gained notice as a member of the hip hop group Tuck Tyght Allstars.

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His radio career began at Rhythm 93.7 FM Port Harcourt, where he worked for over six years before joining Nigezie as a TV host. In May 2012, he quit his job at the cable TV channel after four years, later accepting an offer to host Nigeria’s Got Talent.


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