It was a cool and interesting evening for the 20 BBNaija lockdown housemates as they took out time to share their individual life stories despite having Thursday’s Task on their mind.
This exercise has really helped both the housemates and the viewers to finally get to know how life has been fair and unfair to them in the past, what they desire for the future and their individual reasons for joining the Big Brother Naija reality TV show.
Erica and Kiddwaya seem to have an opposite life challenge. Erica said she left her parent’s house to start pursuing her dream at the age of 19 and has never looked back since then, while Kiddwaya feels it’s cool to sometimes take that bold steps in establishing yourself.
Vee and Prince have had a different path in their past relationships. While Prince disclosed that the longest relationship he has ever been into lasted for 2 years, Vee hasn’t been in a relationship that exceeded six months.
Eric learned that Laycon is a musician who has a deep love for Nina Simone. Laycon learned that Eric would love to own a basketball team in the future if money won’t be a barrier.
Even though the Housemates were sharing truths, Kaisha found it difficult to accept the fact that Trikytee is the oldest housemate in Biggie’s house at 35 years-old. Kaisha stressed that Trikytee’s youthful looks certainly had her fooled.
This week’s head of house (HOH), Nengi took us deep into her past struggles as an orphan, how she missed parental care & love, and wished she could see her parents just one last time.
The Deputy head of house for this week, Wathoni in return disclosed to Nengi her reason for joining the Big Brother Naija reality TV show this season. She said it was so that she could let the world know she exists.
While chatting with Lucy, Bright disclosed how versatile he is in terms of languages saying he can speak Igbo, Hausa, and Yoruba fluently.
While having a heart-to-heart discussion with Vee, Praise opened up about his marital status saying he is engaged and has a child with his partner of four years, and that his fiance gave him the permission to be bad when he has to to be bad while in the house.
During a chat with Lucy, Ozo mentioned the importance of keeping a positive mind, drawing confidence from the way he handled losing his dream job as a Sports Administrator at the UEFA before moving back to Nigeria.
It was really an emotional exercise for Lucy as she gave us our first on-screen tears while sharing the difficulties she has experienced in life thus far.
The housemates shared quite a lot about themselves, so much so that we cannot possibly detail everything here. It is enough to say that this session gave us a lot of insight about them, that it bust our brains!