The #BBNaija 2017 is getting hotter and Biggie has decided that instead of having the housemates feel relaxed, two new Housemates can help to spruce them up.
Things are bound to get more interesting as the new Housemates would not be playing for the prize money and neither will they be seeking for any votes to remain in the house. Their primary aim will be to trigger emotions and reactions from the other Housemates even as the two new Housemates got welcomed into the House.
The first of the new Housemates to be introduced into the #BBNaija house is Jon, a 25 year old former reality tv show star who sees himself as a mischievous fellow. He has gone ahead to single out Bally especially for his mischievous antics.
The other fake Housemate introduced into the Big Brother Naija House was Ese, a former beauty queen. She confessed to the host of the #BBNaija show that she loves to cause trouble, and that there is no guy either in the House or outside that particularly meets her requirements in a man.
She also mentioned that she has her eyes set on Uriel, who she said seems to have gotten too comfortable and complacent in the Big Brother Naija House.
The reactions of the housemates to Ese and Jon was mixed as they weren’t sure of how to react to them, but one thing for sure is that the controversies is set to take another turn.
Further more, as new fake Housemates were introduced into the house, CoCoIce took a bow from #BBNaija and she left both a sour feeling and some level of indifference among the Housemates she left behind as evident by almost all of them restraining themselves from displaying the same amount of emotions they had shown previous evictees and do the nominees.
CoCoIce also appeared to take her eviction in good stride ad she bottled up her emotions and took her call for eviction without batting an eyelid. She admitted her failure to connect with the other #BBNaija housemates during her short reign as Igwe.
Perhaps as a premonition of her eviction, she had clearly stated to Biggie that the previous truth or dare experience was a good farewell to the house.