#BBNaija 2018 Day 35: A Recap Of Week Five

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The fith week in the #bbnaija House has been an inyeresting journey for the Housemates, as they kept busy with lots of activities that appeared to show their true characters.

Out of all the numerous activities that took place in week five, the one thing that caused the biggest ruckus was definitely the Pepsi “Roc Da Mat” Challenge. From start to finish it was utter chaos, as many of the #bbnaija Housemates got injured during the challenge.

For other #bbnaija housemates, they literally posted up camp besides the mats, all in an attempt to win big with Pepsi. Not all the #bbnaija Housemates were however into the challenge.

Teddy A and Nina protested against the challenge initially and openly vented about their dismay at the savage behaviour they had witnessed during the week. It was definitely wild.

Furthermore, the week also saw a number of evolution in the romance activites of a number of housemates in the #bbnaija house. From Cee-C and Tobi making up and then fighting again to Ahneeka and Angel getting closer and closer.

Alex and Leo seem to be a couple but when asked about it in the Diary Room, Leo stated that they were just friends. Miracle and Nina appear to still be going strong, while BamBam and Teddy A had their first fight in the #bbnaija house this week but still remain loved up.

The week also sae Tobi take the Head of House crown for a third time and this time it actually worked to his benefit as he now has immunity from Eviction for the week. Ahneeka won the Friday Night Games, as she exhibited a bit of girl power being the first female housemate to win the games this season.

The Saturday Night party was a huge success with DJ Neptune absolutely killing it on the decks and the #bbnaija housemates having the fun of their lives with the old school themed party.

The week also sae the eviction of Angel and Ahneeka from the #bbnaija house after yhey had the lowest votes.



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