Nini, Saga, and Queen Are Evicted From The BBNaija Shine Ya Eye Show
After an intense week in Big Brother’s house, housemates put aside all grievances to bid farewell to Nini, Saga and Queen. The top four also said ‘goodbye’ to Pere and Angel, who, unknowingly to them, remain housemates for at least one more day.
This Sunday’s eviction started with one of the biggest twists of the season. The host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, announced that Pere had been evicted until he made a turnaround and told viewers it was a twist.
Queen then became the first to realize that her journey to the finals had ended as Ebuka announced she was the ninth housemate to be evicted this season. After a round of hugs, she exited the house. She later told Ebuka that she was shocked to have been evicted because she came to the house with a winning mindset. About her plans for the future, she said, “I was actually doing a lot. Before coming to the Big Brother house, I was already involved with a lot of things – governance, my charity organization, my business and all of that. So, I’m basically going to go back to that.” She also revealed that she is open to entertainment if it comes, but she is focused on governance.
Next, Ebuka evicted Nini from the house. While on stage, she said that she enjoyed Saga’s company, and he helped her cope throughout the game. Nini also mentioned that she knew he liked her, but she tried to tell him countless times that she only liked him as a friend. She noted that Saga and her boyfriend are incomparable, and she’ll be going back to her relationship. Answering Ebuka’s ‘what next’ question, Nini said, “Obviously, I own a fashion brand and my other businesses, so that’s what’s next for me.”
Saga followed his house-love out of the game as he became the third housemate to be evicted from the BBNaija house. He told Ebuka he was happy to be out of the house even though he was close to the end. He added that the next thing for him is taking his fitness work to an app instead of just WhatsApp. He wants to take his art to the next level by tutoring and possibly having a show. He also wants to act and model. He sums it up as, “everything creative. I’m a creative person, you know.”
Angel was also fake evicted only minutes to the end of the live show. She and Pere were taken to the White Room to continue their game to determine who would make it to the finale. Big Brother welcomed them and asked them to play a game of trucks and screwdrivers, leaving them with only one winner. The winner gets to walk back into the house as a finalist. The loser will leave the show immediately.
They will only get to play the game when a lightbulb in the room is put on. Pere and Angel must disassemble one toy truck, leaving them with 23 screws and 54 body parts afterwards. They will get visual representations of what the truck should look like when they are through. They must avoid breaking any of the toy parts or playing when the lightbulb is off. If they go against Biggie’s rules, they may be penalized heavily, as much as losing the game and getting evicted.
Cross, Emmanuel, Liquorose, and WhiteMoney, have safely secured their place in the finals. Ebuka gave them a final word of advice to avoid stepping on any nails as it might end their game but to make sure they enjoy their last week. As always, he left the finalists with a pidgin proverb, saying, “You know say e no matter as you wan take chop am. Whether na with soup or with sugar, garri still sweet”.
With only one week left in the game, 6 housemates are vying for the grand prize. Monday, 27th September 2021 will reveal the top 5 when one more housemate will be evicted after the ‘double jeopardy’ game between Pere and Angel from 4 pm.
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