The Housemates got sent outside to the yard tonight to play Truth or Dare till lights out. This time around, there was no alcohol involved and instead they'd have to drink a whole bottle of water if they couldn't go through with what they'd been asked to do. They grabbed their pizza and drinks before sitting on the bench next to a gaint cube with either Truth or Dare sprawled along each side.
The dares ranged from splits to cartwheels and the Housemates also made some interesting revelations. Efe said he'd hooked up with two sisters once while Bisola said she'd be keen to have a threesome provided it was with a guy she liked and a "babe" she didn't know. Things took a bad turn however when Debie-Rise dared TBoss to recite the first and second verses of the Nigerian National Anthem. TBoss struggled for a moment before calling Debie-Rise a "wicked person" for asking her to sing something she'd learnt in another language and hadn't sung in years.
Debie-Rise looked incredulous and asked TBoss to just drink the bottle of water if she couldn't sing the anthem. At that point, TBoss looked over and snapped that she was "putting her on the spot!" Thankfully, everyone joined in and sang both verses along with her which diffused the bomb but not for long.
After heading indoors, TBoss broke down in tears, frustrated with what she believed was Debie-Rise undermining her in a crtitical week. Bisola had to intervene and ask her to be mindful of what she was going to say before insisting that Debie-Rise would never do anything to deliberately hurt her. Debie-Rise came to her own defense saying she too was hurt that TBoss would even suggest that she'd do something so vile and she felt she was being painted in a very negative light. TBoss retorted by saying she was extremely upset and that Debie-Rise didn't have a right to tell her how to feel. She said it was also not her responsibility to "make her feel good" while she was hurting.
Bisola gave up trying to mediate and begged the ladies to let the issue go until things had cooled off before adding that she was a firm believer in leaving people alone so they can work through their anger. "Babe, I'm sorry, I won't bring it up again." Debie-Rise said in conclusion though she still made it clear that TBoss had hurt her too. It's a sticky situation but we want to know who you think is in the wrong in the comments below. That said, let's start out by taking a look at how this all got started.
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