Content creator Thee Pluto has denied allegations made by Nicki Bigfish that his loyalty test show is scripted. Thee Pluto responded by saying that people are using his name and show to gain attention. He further added that he is busy with his family and has no time to address such claims made by “small boys” who are clout chasing.
In response to accusations that his shows have been scripted for a long time, Thee Pluto posted an additional slide on his Instagram stories. He stated that people have been making such claims for a while now and that there is no point in watching the show if it is not authentic. Despite the negative comments, Thee Pluto declared that the show would return and would be done the old way, campus to campus and street to street. He further reminded his critics that the loyalty test show was the most watched in 2022 and that he was teaming up with his colleagues to take the show to a higher level.
Nicki Bigfish’s accusations were made in response to a question by Andrew Kibe, who wanted to know whether the ‘sanitization’ show was real. Nicki, who has been creating content for a long time, claimed that he had never seen a street with so many couples who are always cheating. He argued that it was impossible to find couples passing by every day, and that they were always cheating.
The loyalty test show involves Thee Pluto checking couples’ phones to determine whether one partner is cheating. The majority of the couples featured on the show are caught in the act of cheating. Despite Nicki’s claims that the show is fake, Thee Pluto remains firm that the show is authentic and is not scripted.
In conclusion, Thee Pluto has denied allegations made by Nicki Bigfish that his loyalty test show is scripted. He has reiterated that the show is authentic and has vowed to take it to a higher level with the help of his colleagues. Nicki’s claims that the show is fake have been refuted by Thee Pluto, who has emphasized that the loyalty test show remains popular among viewers.