The fun Show was filled with twists and a shocking Eviction of a Fake Housemate, Modella.
The seventh Big Brother Naija Live Eviction Show was exhilarating. It was filled with twists and tension as all Level Up Housemates were presumably up for Possible Evictions. Ebuka looked as tasteful as ever in his colorful Agbada from Omeruo Bespoke as he pulled our legs and ensured we stayed glued to our screens.
Modella was the 7th Housemate to be evicted from the House. She entered the Big Brother Naija House alongside Deji as a Fake Housemate to Level things Up in the House. When Ebuka asked the Fake female Housemate to rise, Modella stood up, and she was asked to leave the House. Modella said her goodbyes, and Bryann could barely contain himself as he has a crush on her.
Watch Modella’s journey in the Level Up House
While on stage with Ebuka, Modella revealed that she was “vibing” with Bryann; however, she knew he wanted something serious. Modella expressed her gratitude for being chosen as a Fake Housemate for the Show and urged the audience to “watch out” for the moves she planned to make.
In his usual fashion, Ebuka shook tables by questioning Dotun on his relationship with Daniella. In Dotun’s words, he stated that he “likes her, and he stands by it.” A shy Daniella could not hold back her smile when he said this.
The Level Up Housemates had their first Wager Task win as one House this week, a win Ebuka applauded them for. Some Housemates also get to walk away with amazing prizes from sponsored Tasks: Adekunle and Chomzy won N2.5 million from the Supa Komando Task, Chomzy, Dotun, Bryann, Phyna, and Rachel won N500 000 each, and a six months supply of Guinness Smooth, Daniella and Sheggz won N600 000 and N200 000 respectively from the Unik Task, and finally, Adekunle, Rachel, Phyna, Sheggz, Eloswag, Doyin, Bryann, and Chomzy will each win a share of N2 million from the Close Up Challenge.
A Big Brother Naija Live Eviction Show is incomplete without a word of advice from Ebuka, who urged the Level Up Housemates to concentrate more on themselves and the Grand Prize than on “ships.”