Big Brother Naija: Top Highlights from the Fourth Week’s Events
By Emmanuel Chidera Amoke
With the fourth week marking the end of a quarter of the entire season, let’s take a look at key highlights from the week’s events in the Big Brother Naija All Stars season.
Head of House Game
Following the conclusion of the head of house games, Mercy Eke emerged as winner, becoming the first female housemate in the season to hold this position. She chose Doyin, Whitemoney, Frodd and Angel as her BFFs.
Pardon Me Please
After the announcement of the Head of House winner, each housemate was called into the diary room to nominate a fellow housemate they would like to be pardoned from the week’s eviction. Doyin received the most votes and gained immunity for the week.
Black Envelope Challenge
Alex secured immunity from nomination by finding the black envelope that unlocked this privilege.
Emotions ran high during the Dano and Aquafina tasks. In these tasks, housemates exchanged words of affirmation and shared stories for the Aquafina, and for the Dano, affirmed themselves. The Dano task also had them creating winning drink recipes using Dano milk.
The housemates also won their wager task for the week.
On Thursday, Seyi confronted Ilebaye for taking drinks from his locker. Ilebaye’s action got disapproval from fellow housemates like Cross, Kidd, Pere, Seyi, and Ike as they felt it was disrespectful. Later, Ike trashed Ilebaye’s clothes, hoping to provoke a reaction and earn a strike, then subsequent disqualification.
Doyin, Ilebaye’s ally, confronted housemates and criticized Venita for witnessing the incident yet staying neutral. Ike gets a strike for his actions, while Soma gets a strike for disrespecting Big Brother.
In another turn of event, Big Brother locked out most housemates from the Saturday party. Adekunle was the only male housemate locked out due to lateness, while Tolanibaj was the only female housemate punctual and got in.
Soma and Angel showcased their affection, serving the couple’s goals, while Venita and Adekunle continued to nurture their ship.
Big Brother also had new housemates introduced into the season. Lucy and Prince from Lockdown, Omashola and Kim Oprah from PepperDem seasons have joined the game as Houseguests.
These Houseguests will participate in the house games, but will not be competing for the N120 million cash prize.
Kiddwaya becomes the third housemate to be evicted after Princess and Uriel from the Big Brother Naija All Stars edition, following a unanimous decision by the third eviction jury, which consisted Saskay, Elozonam and Vee.
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