Third Week into Big Brother Naija All-Stars Edition; Weekly Recap
By Emmanuel Chidera Amoke
Its been three weeks into the All Stars edition of Big Brother Naija, and the house continues to be a whirlwind of twists and surprises. With 21 days passed, the prize’s potential winners remain unpredictable. Ebuka, though hinted that only 6 housemates are truly standing strong.
In the previous week, Ike secured the HOH title, following Adekunle and Kiddwaya respectively. His chosen BFFs were Cee-C, Mercy, Seyi, and Venita. However, the house lost their wager task this week, while Frodd experiences emotional moments as the second PMP winner. He secures immunity alongside Ike and his BBFs from the week’s eviction.
Also recall that in the past week, a physical confrontation between Ilebaye and Cee-C had stirred concerns about Big Brother’s possible judgment. Ultimately, Ilebaye received a double strike. And to add to the week’s drama, Adekunle and Pere engaged in a heated altercation while on their waga task.
Teddy A, from Double Wahala, Diana from Level Up, and Laycon from the Lockdown seasons served as jurors this week. They chose to evict Uriel in favor of Seyi, marking the second time Seyi is being saved by the jury.
The uncertainty and tension within the All Stars house continue to captivate viewers, as we keep our hands crossed to the final expositions and climax of the season.
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