Big Brother eviction show, Sunday night, which was unusually tagged; ‘quadruplet’ eviction saw Biggie saying goodbyes to four housemates.
The evicted housemates were; Tega, Michael, Peace, and Boma in line with the viewers’ votes.
The fashionista show host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu kicked off the night which was already dubbed ‘kingsize’ eviction show over the weekend, where surprisingly 15 housemates were up for eviction.
The first housemate to leave was Tega, and she told Ebuka she was eager to go back to her family, as she missed her son and husband a lot. Speaking on her relationship with Boma in the house, she said they were merely friends and that her husband wouldn’t mind it.
Michael, who was among the four-set of housemates who entered the house in week two, was also evicted. He said that he and Jackie B were going with the flow and he wouldn’t mind exploring things with her outside the house.
He also mentioned he’s going to focus on his music in the coming years.
In a back to back eviction, Peace was told to leave the house right after Michael did.
Concerning her relationship with Michael in the house, she said it was nothing serious and they were just friends. She’s looking forward to growing her brand now that she’s exited the competition.
In what seemed to be a couple-themed eviction, Boma was evicted from the show.
He told Ebuka the reason he went from woman to woman was because he wasn’t trying to be stuck with anyone in the house. As for Tega, he’s just cool with her.
Before the live eviction began, Biggie issued a strike to Saga for destroying his property. Although it was an accident, it’s still against the rules. Michael also received a strike from Biggie for punching a hole in the wall.
Four people left the house tonight, leaving 13 housemates competing for the ultimate prize.
The show also hosted a surprise performance by young Nigerian singer Arya Starr, and the afrorave singer Rema who wrapped up the eviction show.