Cindy Okafor, one of the housemates of the 2019 Big Brother Naija reality TV show has been evicted. She was evicted this Friday in a surprise eviction, that the organisers of the show announced on Thursday night.
The eviction was hosted by Ebuka, the regular host of the live eviction show. Ebuka came into the house for the eviction holding the envelope containing the name of the evicted housemate. The housemates had earlier being informed to pack their bags and get ready for the eviction show at the lounge.
Big brother had earlier announced that there will be surprise eviction from Friday, September 27 till Monday, September 30. Evictions were routinely done on Sunday nights on the show when the housemate with the lowest votes go home. Cindy becomes the 17th housemate to be evicted from the Big Brother Naija 2019 show tagged Pepper Dem.
Meanwhile, there was serious drama in Big Brother House this Friday after housemates, Tacha and Mercy engaged in a heated argument leading to what appears like a physical confrontation.
It all started when Seyi called Mercy to come to the lounge so they can read Biggie’s scroll.
But Mercy who had her bath came out late for the reading. This, however, did not go down well with Tacha who rained insults at her.
Tacha said, ”You are a moron, remain there and don’t come out. clout chaser, old woman, you keep using your body to get everything you want. You have been using Ike to get what you want. You can’t stand eviction that is why you need Ike to help you.”
Mercy replied, ” You are very stupid, you Instagram beggar. Go and treat your body odour before you talk to me, you stink. At least, I have a boyfriend (Ike) to get me what I want what have your boyfriend done for you?”
During the argument, Tacha pushed Mercy and also dragged her weave twice, while Mercy who struggled to control her anger picked up a pressing iron but was stopped by other housemates.
This could lead to disqualification or a strike from the organizers of the show as housemates have been warned against violence in the house.
By: Dammy Eneli