Once the ever so stylish Ebuka announced that Ilebaye would be the third Housemate to be Evicted, she took it in her stride as she made her way to the exit doors. Phyna on the other hand was visibly terrified as she scremead and burst into tears, almost realizing the reality and in fear of her own fate.
However, Ebuka was not done. Clad in a burgundy and gold agbada style Ugo Monye kimono and matching palazzo pants, Ebuka brought the House down and certainly understood the assignment of this Week's Wager theme of Fashion, Arts and Crafts.
Ebuka asked the four remaining Nominees to stand and Groovy was given the green light as he was declared Safe from Eviction. The pink-haired one breathed a huge sigh of relief. He immediately dropped to his knees, kissed his clenched thumbs repeatedly with his eyes firmly set to the ceiling, evidently recognizing a higher power.
Meanwhile, Phyna could not contain her emotions, not knowing whether she would be on or off the bus. What with her supposed love-interest Groovy being off the hook and she still hanging in limbo. When she cried out loud after being confirmed as Safe, even her 'ex-friend' Amaka seemed touched.
It was down to Khalid and Bryann but Khalid was the next Level Up Housemate to be Evicted from the House. The Level 2 Housemates, especially his lover Daniella, were devastated by Khalid's Eviction. Khalid jumped straight into Daniella’s arms and after doing the rounds among his fellow Housemates, saying his sad goodbyes, ran back into her arms one last time before being summoned to leave the Big Brother House.
While on stage, Ilebaye revealed that she plans to focus on the stuff she loves outside the House. She kicked herself for missing out on an opportunity to get to know Level 1's Dotun a bit better. "He’s hot and I thought that something would happen," she confessed.
When Ebuka asked him about his relationship with Daniella, Khalid said, "I came in with the intention of not being in any relationship but it’s serious, it hit me like a bus". With his newfound fame, Khalid plans on using it to "make that money".
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