Big Brother Naija All-Stars; Week Two Review
By Emmanuel Chidera Amoke
Big Brother Naija All Stars Season is already two weeks in, and all the housemates seem to have come with their best to play and claim the coveted N120,000,000 prize. Unlike previous seasons where we often saw a mix of naive and inexperienced contestants, this time, we see the house teeming with seasoned strategists, each one playing their cards meticulously.
Kiddwaya emerged as the week’s head of house, picking Neo, Tolanibaj, Uriel, and Pere as BFF.
The first nomination process of the season brought a twist. Big Brother introduced the “PardonMePlease (PMP)” game, wherein each housemate had to name someone they believed should remain safe for the week. The one with the most votes in their favor would be granted immunity. The emotional weight of the game was evident with Soma’s emergence as winner, consequent to his impassioned story shared regarding the impact of his early eviction during his original season—See Gobbe.
However, Big Brother declared that peradventure there were no clear winners in the PMP game or a tie between two housemates, it would be deemed inconclusive.
This week, Soma the PMP winner, Kiddwaya and his BBFs Tolanibaj, Neo, Uriel, and Pere, along with Angel, who is the Black Envelope holder, are safe from eviction nomination.
The week’s Waga task presented by Guinness was titled ‘Black Shines Brightest,’. The task required the housemates to showcase their creativity and eloquence in groups of four. Team Bold, consisting of Mercy Eke, Soma, Cee-C, Venita, and Ilebaye, emerged victorious.
In a candid moment, Ike revealed a surprising detail about himself, admitting to his excessive restroom use. This comes up after Mercy accused him of bad restroom etiquette, and Neo in a chit-chat with Cee-C affirms Ike oozes.
The week was not without its fair share of drama, with Ilebaye taking the spotlight as the central figure. She was entangled in heated altercations with Angel, and Doyin, and a physical confrontation with Cee-C. The House got buzzing with fellow housemates speculating Big Brother’s possible judgment in the aftermath of these dramatic incidents.
And in a surprising turn of events, Big Brother’s parrot broke its silence for the first time. It revealed a juicy tidbit about Ike’s talks about matching guys and girls up.
Recall that during last Sunday’s fake eviction show, the organizers sprung a surprise on the housemates, introducing a jury system for this All Stars edition. This jury would determine who would be evicted on Sundays. Bisola of See Gobe, Mike of Pepperdem and Dorathy of Lockdown served as eviction jury for the first eviction show and these voted out Princess.
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