Former popular Five Star General of a clique turned actor, rapper and youth activist becomes one of the top 55 contestants that survived the audition of the Island Of Secret produced by BIGGEST Boss Multimedia. Biggest Boss is partnering with various stakeholders in the entertainment industry, including the Ministry of Tourism and Sierra Network Production and the show will be broadcast live on the SLBC TV.
Island of Secret is a reality TV show that will feature 20 contestants, male and female in a reserved Island where they will go through social and physical encounters with the last man or woman standing to be declared the winner. He or she will also clinch a total sum of Le. 200, 000,000.00 (Two Hundred Million Leones).
People from all walks of life formed part of the audition that tested the cognitive reckoning of the contestants as well as their physical fitness that at the end saw 55 contestants making it to the next stage, including Alpha Umaru Barrie commonly known as KING GEE.
According to the CEO, one of the 55 contestants has been disqualified because of indiscipline and misbehaviour. Also, another is reported seriously sick, leaving with 53 contestants competing. Voting can be done via SMS through Orange Network for the top 20 who will finally compete in the show.
KING GEE is one of the renowned contestants of the 53. He was transformed from over 8 years of clique hood. He had worked in youth activities and reformation at national platforms on volunteering base. He had also been to Holland on an HIV/Aids conference in 2018 as the head of media of his organization, YEN.
In a snap, Alpha Umaru Barrie told SaloneJamboree that he believed in the ISLAND OF SECRETS’ platform and that he wanted this opportunity because he needed to share to the world his experience and how he can help change the mindset of the youth in our beloved nation, Mama Salone.
“I want to tell everyone that there is LIFE AFTER CLIQUE. I want to set a goal for the people to know that people like us who have been into such a life can change and be better people in society,” he said. He continued: “If you please have open arms for us, we can change and play a vital role in our communities. Do not stigmatize us.”