#BBNaija 2018 Day 50: Anto’s Departure Affects Lolu

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There is no denying the fact that Lolu and Anto shared a special bond, they were like partners in crime who were known and feared for their formidable mind power and highly cerebral perspectives in the #bbnaija house.

Early in the morning of day 50 saw Lolu admitting that his bed suddenly felt too big and empty in the #bbnaija house.

After the workout and the breakfast, Lolu and Bambam sat at the dining table for what turned out to be quite an intriguing conversation. Lolu said that he felt he and Bambam understood each other even though they had rarely spoken.

He added that their fellow #bbnaija housemates always expected a reaction from them, and tended to feel that both Bambam and he were fake because they felt they had a ‘water knows no enemy’ attitude.

In an unusually candid mood, Bambam said that she felt like an ATM machine, always expected to give back what she gets, while she didn’t feel that she needed to react all of the time to every single jab, joke or juice.

Lolu patiently listened and deeply analysed her, while he nodded in agreement for he also shared the same trait. Bambam believed that people should just mind their own business and not meddle into others’ lives. For Bambam, the only #bbnaija Housemates she owed an allegiance to were Teddy A and Rico Swavey, and she said she didn’t care what others thought of her.

However Bambam added that she had to confront Alex about her comments made during the previous day live Eviction show. Lolu then advised her to come out of her shell, and show more of herself as much as she may want to use the ATM analogy.

Bambam appeared to take great comfort in Lolu’s words and admitted she hadn’t come with a strategy and was only taking every day as it comes. Lolu cheered her up that he never thought she was fake but felt she could have acted differently in certain situations.

While it seems like Lolu strategically sweet-talked Bambam, as a way of stopping her from nominating him, there is a chance that he was also sincere with his chat.



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