One of the most popular Indian shows and the house of controversies, Bigg Boss is soon going to hit the TV screens with its 14th season. The date has been announced and the channel will start airing the show on October 3 at the prime time at 9:00 PM. Every year, just before the beginning of the show, a lot of celebrity names have been revealed that will take part in the show.
This year, the expected names are Ejaz Khan, Jasmin Bhasin, Aly Goni and Neha Sharma, and a few more. Somewhere, a rumor started that Carry Minati also known as Ajey Nagar, one of the most famous YouTubers of India, is also going to participate in the reality show. As per the reports, it was said that he has already reached Mumbai and will soon start shooting for the show too.
However, in a live stream, Carry Minati said that he is not going to be a part of any reality show when fans asked about his participation in Big Boss Season 14. He also tweeted about the same and said that he is not going to Bigg Boss and urged his fans to not believe in everything they read or hear. He had to clarify this as before his clarification, his fans started trolling him brutally as they thought that Carry is cheating them by joining Big Boss.
Here’s the tweet by Carry Minati:
Considering his tweet, Bhuvan Bam, another famous Indian YouTuber tweeted and replied to Carry that he will go for Bigg Boss Next year too, same as Bhuvan is going for the show for almost the last 3, 4 years. By this statement, Bhuvan took a jibe on the way rumors are converted into national news.
Here’s what Bhuvan Bam tweeted:
As per the show, Bigg Boss season 14 will be hosted by none other than Salman Khan only. It is expected that the show may become a victim of the backlash created by the nepotism debate going on and the rage that is filled in Indians due to it. It will be interesting to see that amidst Sushant Singh Rajput’s controversy will the magic of Bigg Boss remains the same in the public’s eye. Well, it has started gaining a lot of publicity from now itself and Twitter trends with hashtags like #BiggBoss and #CarryMinati.