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As the second last man standing, Biggie gave him a gold chain, and as he was getting to terms with his loss, one ardent fan who was keenly following him in the house has vowed to give him a whooping 0,000.Billionaire and oil magnate, Ayiri Emami, from Warri in Nigeria was following the game closely and was convinced beyond reasonable doubt that Tayo was the ultimate hotshot, but just like other Nigerians he was dissapointed.On being announced as the ultimate hotshot, he fell to his knees kissing the ground as Tayo shook his head in disbelief.
Last Sunday, Idris Sultan from Tanzania was declared the winner of the Big Brother Hotshots after 63 days of stiff competition.
He beat his closest rival Tayo Faniran from Nigeria winning Biggie's US$300,000 cash prize.
Now that he deserved to win, Emami has even added $50,000 onto BBA prize money that Tayo would have got had he won.
The Naija billionaire contributed close to USD30,000 towards the African Queen singer, 2Face Idibia's wedding last year.
Some of the toys in his yard include a 2014 Bentley, Porsche, Escalade and Range Rover to mention but a few.