BBNaija 2021 Week 6 Sunday Live Eviction Show (September 5)
Tega, Michael, Peace, and Boma were Evicted in the first quadruple Eviction show, which saw the Housemates reduced to half of their initial number.
Sunday Live Eviction Shows are becoming increasingly stressful! Following last week’s triple Eviction, tonight’s episode ratcheted up the suspense with four Evictions, bringing the total number of Housemates down from 17 to 13 – an unlucky number for those who believe in such things.
Before we get to the Evicted Housemates, let’s take a look at how musically diverse the Live Eviction Shows have become: tonight’s show featured performances by Ayra Starr and Rema, who each gave us a mash-up of their most well-known songs, courtesy of Pepsi.
The Housemates, on the other hand, don’t get to hear those acts, so it’s not like they’ll be distracted from the major event of the evening: the Evictions. When it came time for Ebuka to pick the first Housemate who would have to pack their belongings, he wasted no time and chose Tega. Boma’s reaction was unmistakable despondency.
During her earlier Diary Session, Tega said that she felt she had achieved some of her goals, but she didn’t really want to go into details. “Biggie, is it a must that we talk about it?” When she didn’t get a response, there was nervous laughter, followed by “I intended to be cool with everybody, which I am.” It was not the most illuminating of Diary Sessions.
Speaking to Ebuka, she said she missed her husband, and the rest of the family. She also said that she would miss Boma, because “he’s my friend.” Right.
Ebuka came to the worried Housemates with the intention of evicting two of them: Michael and Peace. We wonder if Michael realized the irony of being given a strike an hour before being evicted from the House when his name was called? At the very least, he won’t have to share the penalty with Saga.
Reflecting on his time in the House during his Diary Session, Michael sad that he had experienced some character development, “being able to actually function in a sane manner without having my private space.” Sane? You punched a hole in a wall, dude…
Speaking to Ebuka about his relationship with Jackie B, he said, “we’re still figuring stuff out,” but that he would like to explore their connection outside the House, “for sure!” About the future, she said he’s going to continue pursuing his music career.
During her Diary Session, Peace said that the only goal she set for herself was “not to be the first or second person Evicted.” Well, congratulations, Peace. You achieved that goal.
“To be honest, I was ready for anything,” she said to Ebuka. When pressed by Ebuka on her relationship with Michael, she said “he was my friend. I was like that with everyone. They’re amazing people.” Regarding what’s next, she said she would invest in her brand, but she’s going to go for anything that comes along like acting or music.
Ebuka’s last foray into the House was to Evict Boma. Speaking to Biggie earlier today, Boma said that he never really expected to make it into the House, “so I didn’t set any goals.” When asked if he had any regrets, he referred to his outburst with Angel and said “there are some things I said that I know are going to be misjudged. I probably should have done better; I should have gone back.” Well, he’s not going to have that chance, now. On the upside, it didn’t take long for him to be reunited with Tega, so there’s that.
“I know myself,” he said to Ebuka, “and I was trying not to be stuck with anyone.” When being pushed by Ebuka, who asked him if he and Tega are “more than cool”, he answered “no”, definitively. Sure.
So concludes Week 6 in Big Brother’s House, with exactly half of the 26 Housemates remaining; each of them will begin to realize that their individual odds of winning have improved, and that they are now in the Game with a real opportunity of earning the Grand Prize. It’s time to play the Game, think, and strategize now that play time is finished. It’s basically time to Shine Ya Eye.