BBNaija: Mercy Receives Favor With Her Big Bumbum As International Singers Do This To Her

As a social animal, it is vital that we are accepted by our group, otherwise we will not survive. On the other hand, it feels incredibly nice to be acknowledged and approved by our fellow humans, especially by celebrities and those we ourselves admire and respect. Mercy Eke, a housemate of the fourth edition of the Big Brother Naija reality show has started to reap the rewards of social media as a popular international rapper has made her really happy.

On her official Instagram page, official_mercyeke, it was noticed that she has been followed by American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, and record executive, French Montana.

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A video of her dancing was posted along with a caption that announced it to her fans, saying, “How you smile when you realize that even International celebrities are feeling you. So our girl got noticed and followed by American Rapper, French Montana.”

That’s not all. Remember when Mercy had dressed up as singer, entrepreneur, fashion designer, and philanthropist, Dencia as per Biggie’s requests for Saturday Night Party?

Well, after the singer acknowledged her choice on Twitter, she also went on to follow her on Instagram as well.

In this age, celebrities epitomize social status – they are at the absolute top of the social ladder (some higher than others). If you are a well respected celebrity, let’s say Davido, then when you walk into a room, you automatically have social approval from every single person in the room. You are almost godlike in this social hierarchy compared to us ‘normal’ human beings.

The idea of becoming a respected celebrity, is basically like hitting the evolutionary jackpot. You don’t even have to do anything, people will laugh at your bad jokes, people will find you attractive before you have uttered a word, even if you are not beautiful, people will want to be around you – your approval will seem like a touch from heaven to ‘normal’ people. And somehow, Mercy is gradually getting to that stage.

Congratulations, girl!