Yesterday, Tuesday saw a wild drama in the Big Brother Naija Lockdown House last night after the housemates all clashed and had series of arguments over this week’s wager task.
It all started after the head of House, Kiddwaya received the task brief, and in the usual norm, gathered all the housemates together in the lounge.
Kidd read the brief to them, and housemates were initially confused about the directive.
This apparently, led to an argument between the housemates.
While housemates were arguing back and forth, the HOH, Kiddwaya who was unhappy, made an announcement that pricked the nerves of the other housemates.
Kidd said he’s laid back because he’d still be in the house next week, unlike the rest of the housemates who are up for eviction.
This in fact didn’t sit down well with the other housemates, as they perceived his comments to be insensitive. The housemates got angry, Lucy, Dorathy, and Wathoni walked out of the meeting.
Lucy, who was once the head of House, expressed her anger to Wathoni and Praise, where she was heard vowing not to participate in the task this week, and prayed that all of them lose the task as well as this week’s wager.
Ozo confronted Kidd and advised him to apologize following morning, hich is today. Kidd initially refused to apologize, but later agreed to.
Recall also Kiddwaya while having a conversation with Erica yesterday , insinuated that he’s the richest among his fellow housemates.
Kiddwaya is the son of Nigerian Billionaire, Terry Waya.
According to him, no one comes close to him in terms of ‘a fat account balance’ and ‘net-worth’, reason he does not take offense at things housemates do in the house seriously because “they can’t be compared to him.”
“I don’t take things seriously in this house; if I did i would have had issues with some housemates. i know what I have outside; my net worth cannot be compared with them outside here.
Nobody compares. They don’t compare to me, not like am bragging or something but, my networth, my bank account don’t compare to them.”
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