THE SIXTH WEEK IN BIG BROTHER NAIJA ALL STARS SEASON
BY EMMANUEL CHIDERA AMOKE
Here’s a quick recap of week six in the Big Brother Naija All Stars season. You can catch up with all that you’ve missed for the week here in two minutes.
The week kicked off with the Head of House (HoH) challenge, which was won by Doyin after a grueling task. She picked Cross, Kim Oprah, Mercy Eke, and Neoenergy as her BFFs
Following the announcement of the HoH, Housemates were called into the diary room for their nominations. Big Brother had scrapped the “Pardon Me Please” twist, reverting to the usual nominations by housemates. This put Adekunle, Angel, Ike, and Seyi up for possible eviction.
This season’s super commando challenge was presented this week, and Neoenergy and Ilebaye emerged victorious after finishing ahead of other housemates in all four stages.
The theme for the week centered around music. Their wager task was to craft a 15-minute Afrobeat song and a 10-minute skit to complement it. The skit was divided into two parts, with the explicit requirement that it tied into the overall track. They wagered a total of 9500 Moniepoint coins, which they unfortunately lost despite their stellar performance.
Following their wager task loss, the Saturday night party provided an opportunity for the housemates to unwind, after all they’ve committed to the week’s task. Staying true to the week’s music theme, they dressed up as famous Afrobeats stars.
However, the week was not without its fair share of drama. Whitemoney and Ilebaye clashed over the volume of Ilebaye’s rehearsal music, with Whitemoney urging a reduction due to the late hour. Meanwhile, Alex and Ike were involved in what seemed like a violent altercation, as Alex claimed self-defense against Ike’s alleged attempt to drown her in the pool. Alex also found herself in a dispute with Venita and Adekunle a day before Adenita’s ship started to dwindle. Venita pointed fingers at Seyi for spreading negative rumors about her, alleging her control over Adekunle, and hints of Adekunle acting on these stories.
As the week wrapped up, Sunday night brought eviction for four housemates. Ike and Seyi exited the house after six weeks, and Prince and Lucy, the season’s house guests, bid their farewells after two week in the house.
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