Season 8 strip

Day 29 – 21 Aug: A night of surprises – BBNaija

21 August 2023
Before the All Stars could process Kiddwaya's exit, Biggie opened his door to four new house guests.
A man and woman  hugging

Kiddwaya's shocking exit and Ebuka's parting words to the All Stars; left the house in disarray, with most housemates pondering on their next moves and what the public might think of them; little did they know that Biggie was about to stun them even more.

Ceec and Tolanibaj argue  

Tolanibaj and Ceec got into a war of words, with both parties hurling insults at each other. The root cause of their argument was Neoenergy, who, alongside Seyi, played the role of mediator as they begged Tolanibaj to calm down. Ceec eventually removed herself from the situation, and in a conversation with Doyin and Mercy Eke, she stated that the house was about to get real, and she sure was correct.

 Housemates bond with house guests 

 Like Biggie knew the housemates needed to see new faces, he brought four former Big Brother Naija housemates back as house guests, although this fact is only known to the audience; the All Stars, however, believe the house guests, Kim Oprah, Lucy, Prince Nelson, and Sholzy are also in the running to win the grand prize. 

Most housemates received the guests warmly; however, bold housemates like Doyin said they didn't want Sholzy to be on All Stars because of his loud personality. Sholzy said while he appreciated Biggie's gesture, he felt like an evicted housemate watching from outside the house. 

Neoenergy and Tolanibaj have a heartfelt conversation

After her fight with Ceec, Tolanibaj expressed hurt to Neoenergy for disrespecting her and not setting clear boundaries with several female housemates. Neoenergy responded by saying he had no intention to cause her any fuss and planned to improve the situation.

With new house guests come new dynamics and exciting alliances. What are you hoping to see from the newbies? 

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