Frodd and Tolanibaj have been evicted from the BBNaija house after five weeks in the game, making them the fourth and fifth housemate respectively, to be booted out of the starstudded Big Brother Naija All Stars.
Speaking to Biggie during his diary session earlier today, Frodd told Biggie he was tired and in pain while hoping it was not going to be his last diary session. Speaking on stage with Ebuka, he said he was happy to be going home and denied being a part of the Pepper Dem alliance.
Meanwhile, in her eviction diary session Tolanibaj admitted that she was happy with her time in Biggie's house adding that leaving would not be particularly upsetting. “This week has been my favourite week thus far,” she said with excitement. Once she was on the live eviction stage, Tolanibaj reiterated being content with the amount of time she has spent in the house and said she has no ill feelings about leaving. When asked why she gave Neoenergy another chance after denying him in her debut Big Brother Naija season reunion, she said, "Neo is a sweetheart, I feel I didn't give him enough chance."
Ebuka sets ships asail
In a shocking twist of the night, Ebuka's gbas gbos came blazing hot as he questioned the All Stars about the status of their ships. Soma was the first to confidently confirm his ship with Angel, while Venita and Adekunle were next in the line of fire. "What are you guys doing? What is that thing?" Both Adekunle and Venita aka Adenita responded positively to Ebuka's questions, making it the second confirmed romantic relationship in the house. Ebuka's relentless questioning continued as he turned his attention to the remaining housemates.
Now that these relationships are confirmed, it will be interesting to see how they develop and impact the dynamics within the house. The housemates may have to navigate new alliances and rivalries based on these connections, which could lead to even more drama and tension in the coming weeks.
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The remaining 15 housemates continue their pursuit of the grand prize, which is not just fixed at the120 Million Naira but also includes; a weekend getaway for two by Travel Beta, an Innoson car, a Techno phone, Nexus appliances, and a 1-year supply of Pepsi, Dano, Munch It, WAW, Hawaii Soap, Titus, Lush and Sardine products.
The eviction serves as a reminder that every vote counts and the competition is only getting tougher as the weeks go by.
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