white contestant on African Big Brother is controversial.

white contestant on African Big Brother is controversial.
Namibian citizen Stefan Ludik represents his nation on Big Brother Africa, “but protestors say he should not be eligible for the hit reality programme because his ancestors came from Europe,” the Guardian reports. He’s the only white contestant on the show, and his country has “small white minority,” and that has led to controversy. The show is “being watched by 20 million viewers in more than 40 countries.” according to the Guardian.
+ also: “Critics say the contestants are all well-educated, middle-class hip-hop lovers who reinforce Western ideas of how modern Africans should behave.”

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