The show started on July 19 with 20 contestants with 14 housemates evicted and one disqualified, leaving Laycon, Nengi, Dorathy, Vee and Neo as finalists.
Laycon, according to the voting result, got 60% votes ahead of other finalists, making him emerge the winner of the lockdown edition.
According to organisers, MultiChoice Nigeria, Laycon is now entitled to go home with N85 million worth of prizes.
The breakdown of the grand prize is as follows;
N30M CASH PRIZE; A TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT COURTESY REVOLUTION PLUS; A TOP OF THE RANGE SUV FROM NIGERIAN AUTOMAKER, INNOSON MOTORS.
A TRIP TO DUBLIN COURTESY GUINNESS; HOME APPLIANCES COURTESY SCANFROST; A TRIP TO DUBAI PACKAGED BY TRAVELBETA; A YEAR’S SUPPLY OF INDOMIE NOODLES, MUNCH IT AND COLGATE TOOTHPASTE; A YEAR’S SUPPLY OF PEPSI, A BRANDED CHILLER AND A TRIP TO WATCH THE UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINALE; AND A BRAND NEW OPPO MOBILE SMARTPHONE.
Laycon is now the 4th male housemate to win the reality show after Katung Aduwak, Michael Efe Ejeba and Miracle Igbokwe.
The reality TV star is a 26-year-old singer and rapper from Lagos. He is a graduate of philosophy from the University of Lagos.
He started his musical journey at an early age and has now emerged as one of Nigeria’s most promising new school acts.
Laycon describes himself as being versatile and able to coin words together to soothe scenarios and moods.