BBNaija 2020 Day 57: 7 Remaining Housemates Move On
The Big Brother Naija Lockdown Housemates lost two of their members last night. But no matter how bad they feel about the loss, they must move on.
With Prince and Kiddwaya Evicted, it left a few Housemates feeling some type of way, some opening up about things close to them and others charting a new course of coexistence in the House.
Losing another loved one
With Lucy gone, Dorathy found comfort in the bond she built with Prince in the past week and now that he has been Evicted, things might never be the same again. Hurt by his Eviction, Dorathy headed to her bed immediately after the Live Eviction Show. Ozo joined her shortly to comfort her as she cried while talking about all the plans Prince had to accomplish in the House, including winning the Darling challenge and possibly getting to win the Head of House games that had eluded him time and time again. Ozo told her she could count on Prince to be rooting for her outside the House.
Nengi opened up about her life, her age and how she can’t hide certain information about herself because being on the show puts her in the spotlight and everything hidden can be easily accessed. As she opened up some more, she talked about having liposuction and how quite certain she was that no one could use that information against her. Showing their support for her, the rest of the Housemates proceeded to ask her how much it cost and if it hurt.
How did we even have that fight,
Nengi asked shocked.
Vee responded that the first fight was always necessary. Although they had already settled amicably earlier in the week, Ebuka mentioning it during the Live Eviction Show made them decide to affirm that they would stay friends with Nengi hoping they would be that way even long after the House.
As the race to the finale picks up, there will be more Evictions and the Housemates can’t afford to let things get too personal. We are in the endgame now and everything that happens will lead to that final stage where we see the last Housemate standing.