After a quiet fortnight with no evictions, Biggie came with a bitter-sweet double eviction for this week. Yemi Cregx, Nelisa, Juicy Jay, and Olivia were the unlucky four housemates to be evicted from the house during Sunday’s live show.
BBTitans house now has only 12 mates left.
Following their exit from the house and their entrance onto stage, Yemi Cregx was slow to adjust to the new environment. “I don’t know what I’m doing here, I should be in there, right now.” We suppose 49 days in the same house can have that effect. When asked about her semi-ship with Thabang, Nelisa said, “I really like Thabang, he’s such a genuine soul when he wants to be.” She did express concern that he is now in the house, alone with Khosi. “There’s a certain someone we left in the house, right Yemi?”
“Whatever happens, I’ll just wait and see.” Yip – by watching it on TV.
As for Juicy Jay and Olivia, both told Biggie that they partied up a storm during the Saturday Night Party, so at least they leave with a good memory to finish off their stay. Looking back, Juicy Jay felt that he had always been encouraging to other housemates, a sentiment with which we have to agree. He was positivity, personified. Olivia said that not being up for eviction can make one feel the pressure more, because you have to remain sensitive to others’ feelings.
Speaking to Lawrence and Ebuka, Juicy Jay remained positive. “I don’t think I did anything wrong. I enjoyed my time in the house.” That’s a good attitude to have. When pressed about her tendency to gossip, Olivia pushed back with, “I don’t gossip, I call it ‘analysing’.” Which is funny if a little bit inaccurate.
Spare a thought for Khosi, who has just lost her bae, and Yvonne, who must feel like she’s just had surgery after her permanent lip-lock with Juicy has just been so rudely severed. On the other hand, we might finally discover what Thabang really thinks of Nelisa now that she’s no longer around to make her moves, and absence has a chance to make the heart grow fonder.
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