Kemen in BBN

Uriel's hope of winning the coveted prize of N25 million and an SUV was finally dashed after securing the least number of votes from her fans in the on-going Big Brother Naija. In the same vein, Kemen, in what can be described as unprecedented, was also disqualified from the show a few hours before the eviction show because he broke one of the house rules.

Recall that Kemen was involved in last week's conspiracy against some housemates, a development which led to the cancellation of last week's nominations by the housemates. This, however, excludes Bisola, Bally and ThinTallTony who were all immune from possible eviction. Kemen's disqualification this Sunday came as a shock to his fans who expected the highest standards of behaviour from the indicted housemate. It was an unfortunate end for Kemen as his conduct flouted one of Big Brother’s very important house rules. Kemen becomes the first housemate to be disqualified from BBN.

In yet another twist, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu announced that there won't be an eviction next Sunday. However, Efe led in the popularity test, followed by TBoss, Marvis, Bassey, Debbie-Rise, Uriel, and Kemen.

While on stage with Ebuka, the now former housemate, Uriel said, “I’m in shock. This is crazy. I thought it was a joke. Can I go back…? ” She also shared her mind on her personal experience with Biggie during her diary session. She said: “I just thought the diary room is where you go to and just express yourself and be yourself.”

When Ebuka threw the question of her escapades with the male housemates, Uriel said Bassey's indecision didn't allow her to express her true feelings.

Last Sunday's eviction show was quite exciting as the audience were treated to exhilarating music from Mr Capable, Banky W who performed two of his favourite songs: All I Want is You and Yes or No.

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